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Voters Say They Want a Third Party. They Should Vote Accordingly

Voters Say They Want a Third Party. They Should Vote Accordingly

  by Thomas L. Knapp According to an October Rasmussen poll, 38% of likely voters say they intend to vote for “someone other than President Trump or the Democratic presidential nominee” in the 2020 US presidential election. In a three-way presidential race, 38% constitutes a winning plurality, assuming it’s distributed among the states such that […]

One Citizen, One Vote

One Citizen, One Vote

  By Michael Greer Did anyone ask you if you wanted to close your neighborhood polling place, or have voting centers open three to ten days, or have same day registration, or not require voter ID, or have only mail-in ballots? I know no one asked me.  The Voter’s Choice Act was passed in 2016. […]

Linda Paine: “California is not running like a Republic”

Linda Paine:  “California is not running like a Republic”

By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—Election Integrity Project California is using the courts to “restore integrity to California’s election process to ensure citizens can, in fact, choose those who govern and remove those who are corrupt,” said Linda Paine, EIPCa President and cofounder, at a May 6th meeting. EIPCa has been researching California’s voter rolls since […]

Florida: Why Republican Lawmakers are Defying — and Denying — the Voter

Florida: Why Republican Lawmakers are Defying — and Denying — the Voter

  by Thomas L. Knapp In Florida’s November 2018 election, voters approved the following amendment to their state’s constitution: “Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, any disqualification from voting arising from a felony conviction shall terminate and voting rights shall be restored upon completion of all terms of sentence including parole or […]

Immediate Action Needed! Call the Capitol to protect Proposition 13!

Immediate Action Needed! Call the Capitol to protect Proposition 13!

ACTION ALERT: We need every HJTA member to oppose the newest attack on Proposition 13, Assembly Constitutional Amendment 1. This measure would make it easier to raise property tax bills by lowering the two-thirds vote for approval of local bonds and parcel taxes to just 55 percent to fund an unlimited number of infrastructure projects […]

California Election Watchdog Celebrates Lawsuit Win, Plans ‘Deep Audit’

California Election Watchdog Celebrates Lawsuit Win, Plans ‘Deep Audit’

BY SARAH LE, EPOCH TIMES As many as 1.5 million inactive registered names on the voter rolls in Los Angeles County alone are being contacted for potential removal, after the recently-announced settlement of a lawsuit against the state of California and Los Angeles County initiated by Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) and Judicial Watch. Inactive voters who have not voted […]

Orange County Releases Official Vote Count and the Numbers Don’t Add Up – One Precinct Has 120% Turnout

Orange County Releases Official Vote Count and the Numbers Don’t Add Up – One Precinct Has 120% Turnout

Orange County released its official vote count on Monday and the numbers don’t add up. Orange County, a conservative area just south of Los Angeles, California turned all blue after Democrats produced hundreds of thousands of votes weeks after election day using a practice known as “ballot harvesting.” The amount of mail-in ballots counted in Orange County […]

California’s ‘Shape-Shifting’ Voting Results

California’s ‘Shape-Shifting’ Voting Results

Election Integrity Project California, Inc.(EIPCa), a citizen-funded nonpartisan election oversight group, today reported that it has found troubling inconsistencies between the posted election results and the state’s official voting records for the June 5, 2018 Primary election in the four counties it has studied. EIPCa analysts compared the official, final June 5 election results posted […]

OPINION | California Doesn’t Want to Know Its Non-Citizen Voting Stats

OPINION | California Doesn’t Want to Know Its Non-Citizen Voting Stats

Mike O’Neill | Attorney, Landmark Legal Foundation Thousands of ineligible individuals may have registered to vote in California and the state has no way of confirming whether these individuals are citizens of the United States. California’s automatic voter registration, along with its lax rules on proving citizenship, has created an environment in which thousands of ineligible […]

So Cal Edison Presents to Ventura City Council

So Cal Edison Presents to Ventura City Council

By Lori Denman The Ventura City Council meeting on October 8 opened with a special presentation by Southern California Edison, who aimed at providing information of fires, their current and added technology and safety issues and advice. The presentation was by Rondi Gunthrie, Government Relations Manager of So Cal Edison, regarding “Wildfire and Emergency Procedures.” […]

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