Ballot Access News reports that
On January 19, the California Senate unanimously passed AB 1413, which, among other things, eliminates write-in space from November ballots for Congress and partisan state office. The bill now goes to the Assembly, because when it passed the Assembly last year, it didn’t have the same provisions.
Meanwhile, another article at Ballot Access News reports that election officials in California, the state with the largest number of Spanish speakers in the US in overall numbers and home of Silicon Valley, were not able to translate “Americans Elect” into Spanish. The party will appear on the ballot for California Spanish speaking US Citizens as “Partido Americans Elect”, only the first of which is a Spanish word. Commenters at BAN and Google Translate suggest Americanos Eligen or Estadounidenses Eligen.