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Election Integrity in COVID-19 World

Election Integrity in COVID-19 World

The COVID 19 virus has had a tremendous impact on donations that we depend on for our survival.  Please help us by donating to this effort  so that we can continue working to assure that your vote counts. Many people believe that human contact will still be dangerous seven months from now, and therefore propose 100% voting-by-mail. […]

POLITICS | EIPCa : Voters Beware! Los Angeles County Faces Significant Risks to the Reliability of its Elections if it Mails Ballots to Every Voter

POLITICS | EIPCa : Voters Beware! Los Angeles County Faces Significant Risks to the Reliability of its Elections if it Mails Ballots to Every Voter

Los Angeles County debuted a new voting system in the March 3 election, and it was plagued with problems. Unreliable connections with the state voter database, inadequately trained election workers and new machines that broke down created long lines and voter frustration. Many reportedly gave up and did not vote. In a questionable response to […]

SB 27: Bill To Remove Trump From CA Ballot

SB 27: Bill To Remove Trump From CA Ballot

California legislators passed a bill that would require presidents to release their tax returns in order to appear on the California ballot. This bill is aimed at keeping President Trump off of the California primary ballot. The bill is now on Governor Newsom’s desk. “SB 27 is unconstitutional and discriminates against Republican voters,” Robin Hvidston, […]

Moving Oxnard Forward Files 5 Oxnard Voter Initiatives

Moving Oxnard Forward Files 5 Oxnard Voter Initiatives

By George Miller Aaron Starr of moving Oxnard Forward (MOF), which won the utility rate rollback initiative and subsequent city lawsuit attacking it (now in appeal), filed a blizzard of 5 new ballot initiatives with the Oxnard City Clerk on Thursday, April 18, 2019. They cover diverse topics such as: term limits, open/transparent meetings and […]

Election 2018: The Mysterious Judiciary

Election 2018: The Mysterious Judiciary

By George Miller I thought I knew about our election candidates, at least until my ballot just came in the mail with all of these totally unknown (to me) judicial candidates:   Carol Corrigan- Associate  Justice Supreme Court Leondra Kruger- Associate  Justice Supreme Court Victoria Chaney- Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, 2nd Apel. Dist., Div […]

California’s Election System Gets an “F” in Computer Science

California’s Election System Gets an “F” in Computer Science

SANTA CLARITA, CA.  Election Integrity Project California, Inc. (EIPCa), a citizen funded nonpartisan election oversight group, today released a statement concerning the September 7 news that 23,000 Californians suffered mistakes in their voter registrations due to technical problems at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Under the state’s New Motor Voter Program, the DMV procures […]

How does that Oxnard recall ballot work anyway?

How does that Oxnard recall ballot work anyway?

By Ed Castillo I asked the following questions  of Oxnard City Clerk Michelle Ascencion about the May 1 special recall election: How does the 50% plus one vote work for the recall election? Is it: A) 50% plus one of the entire voters who casted a vote‎ in the election? Or  B) 50% plus one […]

Bruce Boyer campaign for Ventura County Sheriff

Bruce Boyer campaign for Ventura County Sheriff

    By Bruce Boyer Bruce Boyer, candidate for Ventura County Sheriff for the June 5th election; as represented by attorney Joel Farkas has a hearing scheduled for April 18th Dept 41, VC Superior Court, on his request for a writ of mandate that he, as he is a fully filed candidate, be placed on […]

Lawsuit: 100,000 noncitizens registered to vote in Pennsylvania

Lawsuit: 100,000 noncitizens registered to vote in Pennsylvania

More than 100,000 noncitizens are registered to vote in Pennsylvania alone, according to testimony submitted Monday in a lawsuit demanding the state come clean about the extent of its problems. The Public Interest Legal Foundation, which has identified similar noncitizen voting problems in studies of Virginia and New Jersey, said Pennsylvania officials have admitted noncitizens […]

Getting Repeal of 12 Cent Gas Tax and Added Fees on Ballot Just Start of Fight

Getting Repeal of 12 Cent Gas Tax and Added Fees on Ballot Just Start of Fight

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The attempt to repeal the 12 cent gas tax that started on November 1, 2017 and the associated vehicle fee increases appears to be on track to make the ballot.  Sadly the 72 cent gas tax, promoted, supported and passed due to the support of Chad […]

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