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Can You Even Be An “Informed” Citizen?

Can You Even Be An “Informed” Citizen?

Art Carden    Right after the famous “invisible hand” quote in The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith writes: What is the species of domestic industry which his capital can employ, and of which the produce is likely to be of the greatest value, every individual, it is evident, can, in his local situation, judge much better than any […]

California’s Latest Attack On Election Integrity—AB 37

California’s Latest Attack On Election Integrity—AB 37

As you may have heard, Governor Newsom has just signed another bundle of bills into law, all of which impact the California electoral process in some way. The most concerning is AB 37, which mandates the mailing of a vote by mail (VBM) ballot to every voter on the active voter list for every election […]

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 […]

Would You Help Get Action on Election Fraud in Just Two Minutes at NO Cost?

Would You Help Get Action on Election Fraud in Just Two Minutes at NO Cost?

    We ask you to take a simple action to help put this in front of the President. This is not just the typical feelgood petition making the rounds on the Internet- that does nothing. It is actually on the White House web site. The President has promised to at least look at and […]

Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California Nearing One Million

Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California Nearing One Million

Santa Clarita, Calif. – There are still eight counties where the total number of registered voters exceeds the number of eligible citizens. Election Integrity Project California, Inc. (EIPCa) added together each California county’s Active and Inactive-status registrants listed in the state’s VoteCal registration database of February 8, 2019 and compared these figures to the Secretary […]

Interested in Serving at the Polls During Oxnard Recall Special Election on May 1?

Interested in Serving at the Polls During Oxnard Recall Special Election on May 1?

Oxnard, California – The City of Oxnard is recruiting election clerks who are bilingual in Tagalog and English to work polling places during the Oxnard Recall Special Election on May 1, 2018. Applicants must be at least 18 years old; a registered voter of California or a legal permanent resident; and available to serve from 6 a.m. […]

Winning the Fight to Restore the Republic: Effective Oversight of the Electoral Process

Winning the Fight to Restore the Republic: Effective Oversight of the Electoral Process

Election Integrity Project, California is pleased to invite you to a crucial meeting of citizen leaders in the southern counties. As a key leader in your area, you are essential to a conversation about how we can win the fight to restore the Republic in California. You will participate with other key leaders in an […]

Is there election fraud? Yes! How to address it?

Is there election fraud? Yes! How to address it?

By Pam Faulkner   Election Integrity Project is still working for the citizens of California. For years, millions of Californians have been forming organizations and associations to fight against the encroachment on their Civil Rights, parental rights, property rights, election rights, constitutional rights, etc., brought on by governmental chaos, corruption and lawlessness. Realizing that help […]

Study: Auto voter registration adds 2 million voters in first year

Study: Auto voter registration adds 2 million voters in first year

Mark Evans convicted of voter fraud

Mark Evans convicted of voter fraud
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