Republican voter recommendations

This is why it is so important to vote IN PERSON if you possibly can.  Vote by mail is totally compromised and likely absentee balloting is too.  Early voting is not yet open in Los Angeles County, but you can get more information at the County Registrar Recorder’s site.
Be sure and check your registration, there have been dirty games played there as well.
Already we can see “irregularities.”

(Breitbart) – Over 2,000 voters in Los Angeles County received “faulty” ballots which lacked a section to vote for the President of the United States, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office confirmed on Monday.

According to the Los Angeles Times, roughly 2,100 voters received the flawed ballots, missing the section to cast a vote for the office of the presidency. The outlet reported that the ballots were primarily confined to those in the Woodland Hills area.

We also know that the Democrats write their proposed legislation in Weasel so that you think you are voting for one thing but it actually means another.  And they’ve changed up some things on the ballot.

Only 3 Judges instead of 4 on Ballot
Los Angeles County Charter Amendment is now called  Measure J and made to sound positive
WEASEL-WORDED TO SOUND GOOD, BUT IS DEFUNDING THE POLICE  — VOTE  NO  or you are defunding police, permanently
24  IS NOW  25          VOTE NO ON 25
NEW  24 creates new state agency overseeing, penalizing business for using your personal information. SOUNDS GOOD, BUT EXPANDS GOVERNMENT INTRUSION
            VOTE NO on create a new state agency, MORE SOCIALIST STYLE GOVERNMENT
These last minute changes are reflected in the GBRA VOTERE RECOMMENDATIONS below.
Vote Safe
Safe Family, Safe Business, Safe Country
Go to to find the vote centers nearest you.
All Vote Centers are available beginning October 30 from 10AM to 7 PM.
On Election Day, November 3, the hours are from 7 AM to 8 PM.
President: Donald Trump
United States Representative: Eric Early (running against Adam Schiff)
California State Senate: Kathleen Torres Hazelton (running against Anthony Portantino
California State Assembly: Mike Graves (running against Laura Friedman)
District Attorney: Jackie Lacey (running against Soros’ picked man George Gascon)
72: Steve Morgan
80: David Berger
97: Timothy D. Reuben
162: Scott Andrew Yang
Burbank City Council
Paul Herman
Michael Gogan
La Canada School Board
Jeremiah Arnold
14: NO (Issues $5.5 billion in bonds for state stem cell research institute)
15: NO (Requires commercial and industrial properties to be taxed based on market value
despite county assessor who says it cannot be implemented)
16: NO (Reintroduces racial discrimination in public employment, education or contracting
17: NO (Gives the right to vote to people convicted of felonies who are on parole.)
18: NO ( Lower voting age – Allows 17 year olds who will be 18 by the next general election
to vote
19: NO (Increases property assessments on certain property intergenerational transfers
where beneficiaries do not reside on the property)
20: YES ( Re-authorizes felony sentences for certain offenses currently treated as
21: NO (Expands local governments’ authority to enact rent control on residential property)
22: YES (Considers app-based drivers to be independent contractors and enacts industry-
specific labor policies including minimum, compensation, health care subsidies and
background checks)
23: NO (Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. It establishes minimum
staffing physician on site, consent from the state for a clinic to close and other requirements.
24: NO (creates new state agency overseeing, penalizing business for using your personal information.)
25: NO (Referendum to overturn the law that replaced the privately run cash bail system
with a government run risk assessment of current system for suspects awaiting trial)
Los Angeles County Measures
LAUSD Bond: NO (Among the largest school district bond measures in U.S. History lasting
until 2055)
LA County Charter Amendment/Measure J: NO (Significantly defund law enforcement services)
Put your mail-in ballot in a safe place!
As you are probably aware, your ballot can be lost, stolen, trashed or used illegally by one
of the many people with access to it. Votes tallied in the vote center can prevent that.
Go to the vote center in person and vote with a regular ballot.

3 Comments on “Republican voter recommendations

  1. It’s REALLY a simple pitch:

    If you stand for capitalism.
    If you stand for a strong military 
    If you stand for law and order
    If you stand for the abundance and quality that is ONLY produced by a minimally regulated free market that allows for millions to compete for your business… which means better healthcare options, better energy options, better housing options, better education options…
    If you stand for foreign policy that is both tough and fair
    If you stand for LESS CENSORSHIP
    If you stand for FIGHTING illegal immigration.  
    If you stand for LESS government regulation in our lives
    If you stand for an economic model that produced the most prosperity in human history
    If you stand for the end of sanctuary cities, lower taxes, the right to own and bear arms, checks and balances, NO tyranny of the majority, peace and prosperity and equality of opportunity for all, egalitarianism, an indissoluble dedication to the proposition that all men are created equal…


  2. We received our mail in ballots and in fact I received one at my old residents.I will keep both safe. This really concerns me about the voting in California and all of the fraud that will take place. We will go and vote in person to make sure our vote is heard I hope.

    Thank you for the information !!!

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