Election Integrity Project Coming to Redlands Tea Party Patriots

REDLANDS – The Redlands Tea Party Patriots will host two speakers in February who are advocating for free and fair elections in California.

The patriots will huddle Feb. 1 at the Mill Creek Cattle Co., 1874 Mentone Blvd., in Mentone. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the two-hour meeting begins at 7 p.m. The meeting is free and open to the public.

Ruth Weiss is a board member with the Election Integrity Project California, an all-volunteer group which provides training and support of all state and federal election laws. The group trains volunteers, monitors elections, and educates officials.

Last year, data from EIP California revealed that 11 counties in California – including Los Angeles County – had more registered voters on their books than eligible adults. EIP California is a client of Judicial Watch, an advocacy group which is suing California for failing to uphold federal election laws.

Also speaking is Mark Meuser, a Republican attorney who is running to become California’s secretary of state, which oversees elections in the Golden State. According to his website, Meuser advocates for removing voters who have moved or died from voter rolls as well as improving overseas military balloting.

John Berry, a cabinet member for the Redlands Tea Party Patriots, will circulate petitions to repeal the 2016 gas tax as well as Proposition 14, a 2010 law that allows state and federal candidates running in the same race, regardless of party, to advance to the November election.

Berry will also discuss a sanctuary state repeal, a tentative ballot measure expected to go out for signature sometime this spring.


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2 Responses to Election Integrity Project Coming to Redlands Tea Party Patriots

  1. William Hicks January 22, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    Additionally to my first comment, the records of registered voters needs to be purged of those who either no longer can vote in California but do not qualify to vote.

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  2. William Hicks January 22, 2018 at 12:47 pm

    If there was ever a place in the United States where identification at the polls is necessary, it’s here in California.

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