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Ventura, CA | Airgas Employees Free From Unwanted Union After Teamsters Flee Workplace To Avoid Vote

Ventura, CA | Airgas Employees Free From Unwanted Union After Teamsters Flee Workplace To Avoid Vote

07Ventura, CA (September 17, 2021) – Following Airgas USA employee Angel Herrera and his coworkers’ yearlong effort seeking to end the union’s control at their workplace, Teamsters Local 848 officials have filed documents with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ending their monopoly bargaining power over all workers at the Airgas Glass Welding and Safety Products […]

Voter Suppression: A California Reality

Voter Suppression: A California Reality

In this era of extreme partisan divide, it is rare to find any philosophical commonality. The good news is that there is ONE topic of concern to all sides: VOTER SUPPRESSION. While there is no universal agreement on everything that constitutes voter suppression, it is certainly one of the few topics we can still discuss and […]

Camarillo, CA | Transition To Division-Based Elections

Camarillo, CA | Transition To Division-Based Elections

For the past 59 years, the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District has followed an at-large election system for its Board of Directors. On May 12, 2020, the District received a letter from attorney Kevin Shenkman on behalf of the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project and its member alleging that the District’s at-large system of […]

Why Larry Elder Will Win the California Recall Election…But He Will Lose A Rigged Election Just Like Trump

Why Larry Elder Will Win the California Recall Election…But He Will Lose A Rigged Election Just Like Trump

    By Wayne Allyn Root Mohammed Ali once said, “It aint bragging if you can back it up.” So, I’m gonna brag. I’ve got the best track record of political predictions anywhere on radio or TV. I talk three hours a day on the radio with my show “Wayne Allyn Root: Raw & Unfiltered” on […]

California Voters To Be Able To Download Ballots At Home For Recall Election, Sparking Security Concerns

California Voters To Be Able To Download Ballots At Home For Recall Election, Sparking Security Concerns

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The California Secretary of State’s Office has made downloading mail ballots from home possible for the recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom. The state legislature also passed a measure to send out mail ballots to every registered voter regardless if they asked for one or not. The […]

Lawsuit Filed Over Newsom Recall Voter Guide Language

Lawsuit Filed Over Newsom Recall Voter Guide Language

Joel Williams | Ballotpedia via The Center Square Recall organizer Orrin Heatlie and the California Patriot Coalition sued California Secretary of State Shirley Weber (D) on July 29 in Sacramento County Superior Court seeking to change the language in the official voter guide for the recall election against Gov. Gavin Newsom (D). Newsom’s proposed official […]

Larry Elder Sues California Secretary Of State

Larry Elder Sues California Secretary Of State

PRESS RELEASE Los Angeles, CA – July 19, 2021 – Larry Elder, nationally syndicated radio host and newspaper columnist, bestselling author, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and candidate for governor of California, today filed suit against California Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber to protect his right to be a candidate in the special recall election scheduled […]

U.S. Supreme Court Rules For States’ Election Integrity Efforts

U.S. Supreme Court Rules For States’ Election Integrity Efforts

Election Integrity Project- California Press Release Santa Clarita, Calif. – On Tuesday, July 6, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the state of Arizona’s right to protect the integrity of its voting process.  The Democratic National Committee had challenged Arizona’s policy that prohibited ballot harvesting and Arizona’s requirement that in-person voters cast their vote at their designated precinct. The […]

Guest Editorial | RE: “Misinformation Targets Latinos” Article in VC Star- 3/8/2021

Guest Editorial | RE: “Misinformation Targets Latinos” Article in VC Star- 3/8/2021

Guest Editorial     By Wayne Kerbaugh Misinformation, per Webster’s Dictionary definition, is “incorrect or misleading information”, first used in 1605.  However, a few days ago in the VC Star on the very front page (news section), appeared an article that screams misinformation, titled “Misinformation targets Latinos”.  I found this article particularly offensive and full […]

Supreme Court Hears First Case Regarding Voting Laws Since Election

Supreme Court Hears First Case Regarding Voting Laws Since Election

ANDREW TRUNSKY CONTRIBUTOR The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments about Arizona’s election laws Tuesday, marking the first time the justices were presented with a case on voting laws since the 2020 election. The twin cases cover two laws that prohibited ballots cast in the wrong precinct from being counted and blocked anybody except a family member […]

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