EIPCa representative will be at Wednesday, July 21, meeting
by Brian Harmon
Because of the upcoming recall election, the GOP Club booth will be open outside Clubhouse 6 every Monday through July and August, plus Monday, Sept. 6, and Monday-Friday, Sept. 10-14.
Anyone interested can receive voter and club information, register to vote or join the club at the booth. Political merchandise will also be available for purchase.
The Republican Club supports and encourages voters to support the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom in the Sept. 14 election, although no recommendation from the club has yet been made on which candidate should replace him.
A representative of the Election Integrity Project, California (EIPCa), will speak at the next Republican Club meeting on Wednesday, July 21, at 7 p.m. in Clubhouse 3, Room 2.
Recently, EIPCa has sent three questions regarding election votes to the California Secretary of State, which are as follows: 1. Why are there almost 124,000 more votes counted in California’s Nov. 3, 2020, election than voters recorded as voting in that election? And why is most of the discrepancy driven by 116,000 vote-by-mail ballots with no apparent voter identified in VoteCal’s voting histories?
2. Why do more than 7,700 voters have two Nov. 3, 2020, votes credited to their voting histories? These are two votes credited to each of 7,700 unique (non-duplicated) registration ID numbers in the state database. This indicates mass double voting, a significant programming error in the state’s registration system, or both.
3. Why does California have 1.8 million more registered voters than eligible citizens, and why did this overage rise 72 percent in the 2020 election cycle?
The Secretary of State is required by state law to answer such questions within a reasonable period of time.
Any person who wants to be added to the club membership roster, or receive more information can send an email to [email protected], call (714) 928-1950, or talk to someone at the club booth outside Clubhouse 6.
Members will be emailed an agenda and minutes for each meeting and other information deemed necessary and/or appropriate by the president.
Club members are encouraged to send their opinions on public issues or ideas about what the club should be doing. To do so, call or text (714) 928-1950. Those who do not want their name, ideas or opinions to be made public should so indicate.