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Welcome to your Pro-Family Election Center

This is where you can get reliable facts, perspective, and advice on how to vote for your conservative and constitutional values in California. SaveCalifornia.com has been offering pro-family voting help since 2000.

Statewide Election Returns

To see the results of California's 2024 Primary Election, visit the California Secretary of State's webpage

 Local Election Returns

To see the status of Local California races and local ballot measures, visit the California Secretary of State's Counties webpage and once there, click on your county.


Coming in Fall 2024: General Election Information

This page will be updated to help you vote your values with knowledge in the upcoming statewide General Election.

Below is information we featured to help voters in the 2024 Primary Election.

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March 5, 2024 Primary Election Info

On this page:

  • Primary election dates and deadlines
  • Ways you can fight election fraud
  • Insight: Always vote NO on these
  • Why to vote NO on Prop. 1
  • U.S. Senate contest math
  • Discover where candidates stand
  • Independent voter guides
  • Questions and answers (including "Who are the RINOs?")
  • Party platforms and government guides

SaveCalifornia.com provides the following solely for educational purposes. Since 2000, our pro-family, pro-child organization has taken positions on ballot measures, yet our nonprofit status does not permit us to support or oppose candidates for public office. 

Feb. 27, 2024 News: SaveCalifornia.com has launched SaveCaliforniaElection.com -- a mobile-friendly website featuring everything on this Pro-Family Election Center page, and more! It's easy-to-navigate and visually organized. 

Visit and share SaveCaliforniaElection.com today. (To continue on this page, scroll down.)


Primary election dates and deadlines

February 5: "Early voting" begins (depends on what your county registrar of voters has made available)

February 20: Deadline to register to vote this election (either on paper, available at post offices, or online)

Feb. 21 - Mar. 5: Unregistered voters may "conditionally" register and vote using a provisional ballot

March 5: Last day to vote. This is your final day to mail or drop off your ballot, or vote in person at a physical polling location.

There should be a least one polling place in your California county, where, according to the California Secretary of State, you may "vote in person up to 10 days prior to Election Day." If you don't see this in-person option in your county voter guide, visit the website or call your own county registrar of voter.

For greater security, SaveCalifornia.com recommends voting in-person or delivering your sealed ballot to a secure mailbox or locked "box" inside your county registrar of voters' office, while avoiding other "drop boxes."

How to fight election fraud

1) Be a poll watcher

Work for election integrity and become a poll watcher this election. Contact your county Republican Party and ask them how. Find them by searching online the name of your county and Republican Party. Search example: "Sacramento County Republican Party."

2) Advance election integrity by collecting ballots at your church building

Local churches can and should collect completed ballots from people in their congregations. This is a great way to get more good votes in. If you're part of a local church, it might be your best "get out the vote" effort!

Talk to your pastor about the need to multiply good votes and keep ballots secure. Ask him to announce the church will collect and deliver people's ballots. Then on that day (best is the last two Sundays, Feb. 18 and 25), have a secure box at a table in the foyer (with a good identifying sign) that you guard and have available before and after the church meeting. 

When you talk with your pastor, also ask to have a voter registration table and announce this opportunity up front. Feb. 20 is the voter registration deadline, so your Voter Registration Sunday should be Feb. 11 or 18.

Your (or the pastor's) announcement will encourage congregants there's a secure place to deposit their ballots (just make sure you don't mix ballots from different counties, because an elections office can only receive ballots from voters in its own county). "Ballot collecting" is completely legal. Learn more 

Why to oppose all local taxes, bonds, fees, and assessments

Graphic Money HouseInformed voters know that big government often robs people of personal responsibility and saddles working families, property owners, and small business owners with greater financial burdens. 

It's all because big government refuses to investigate and slash its own waste. Because of the influence of government unions and entrenched bureaucrats, independent, tough audits are simply not seen.

Therefore, we encourage you to vote NO on ANY AND ALL tax increases, tax extensions, bonds (which is borrowing money with interest, which is always more expensive than a direct tax), fees, and assessments.

See this list of local ballot measures in California this 2024 primary election. Nearly all are bad and most are thieving, taking more money from you in the form of "extending" a tax increase, establishing a new tax, proposing a bond (always more expensive than a direct tax), or imposing a fee of some kind.

Please VOTE NO and encourage your friends to vote no on these money-grabs that make government bigger and make average people poorer. For none are needed, because none come from entities that support tough, independent (outside of California) auditors, who will actually look for socialistic waste. To the contrary, these deceptive tax-and-spend entities are loathe to cut any waste or fraud, nor do they recognize it.

It's pro-family to keep more of your hard-earned money, so it's pro-family to oppose wasteful government taking away more money from you and other Californians.

Sneaky politicians like to take it incrementally, so you must consistently oppose even the smallest tax/bond/fee/assessment increases in order to inhibit the government from making you and your family poorer.

SaveCalifornia.com OPPOSES Proposition 1, which is the only statewide ballot measure this election: 

VOTE NO on PROP 1: Newsom's soft-on-transients "homeless housing" is already an abject failure.

Proposition 1 on California’s March 5, 2024 ballot is another deceptive Democrat Party scheme of imagery over substance that rejects tried-and-true solutions.

And “homeless housing” has already failed in California’s Democrat-controlled big cities because it’s “free housing without any requirements.” So no “change” required — no wonder transients flock to California. If the transient magnet of Prop. 1 passes, you can bet California will have more “homeless,” not less.

Want more transients in California? Prop. 1 would be a huge "freebie" magnet to those in other states.

“Despite Spending $1.1 Billion, San Francisco Sees Its Homelessness Problems Spiral Out Of Control,” Hoover Institution, May 10, 2022
It is hard to imagine a more inhumane outcome than watching the train wreck of homelessness evolve in San Francisco, as the city spends billions on flawed policies that facilitate drug abuse and on badly designed systems to carry out those policies. But this is what happens when there is no accountability within government, and with voters who would prefer feeling good about electing progressive politicians to facing the reality of the awful mess that has been created by those they have elected.

California’s ruling Democrats don’t require transients to enter treatment-and-recovery programs as a condition of housing, so these costly programs fail:

“California homelessness: Where are the state’s billions going?,” CalMatters, May 22, 2023
The state keeps spending more to address the crisis, and the crisis keeps getting worse. So where, they ask, is all the money going? The state’s Interagency Council on Homelessness, a state body tasked with overseeing the state’s homelessness strategy and divvying up funding to local governments, issued a report detailing just how much the state has spent on the crisis between 2018 and 2021 — and what it’s gotten in return.

The answer to those questions, according to the report: The state has spent nearly $10 billion and provided services to more than 571,000 people, each year helping more people than the last. And despite all that, at the end of year three, the majority of those more than half a million Californians still didn’t end up with a roof over their heads. The number of unsheltered Californians continues to swell. 

Presented at a three-hour joint committee hearing in the Assembly, the report has sent housing policy experts across the state into a twitter. Services for the homeless are so disjointed — split among nine state agencies, hundreds of county and municipal governments, nonprofits and charitable organizations — the 253-page document may be the first statistical birds-eye view of the state’s many-tentacled efforts.

But it also shows just how intractable the problem is. “One of the largest challenges facing the state is the inflow of new people into homelessness, even as efforts to help people experiencing homelessness expand,” the report reads. What the report did not address is how the state can spend its money more effectively. Nor was it asked to. The report comes at the request of the Legislature, which included an ask in its 2021 budget for a “comprehensive view of the homelessness response system,” not an audit nor a list of recommendations. 

UNDERSTAND: “Housing First is a Failure,” Cicero Institute, Jan. 13, 2022

Why doesn’t permanent housing help people exit from homelessness? A simple reason is that it appears to attract more people from outside the homeless system, or keeps them in the homelessness system, because they are drawn to the promise of a permanent and usually rent-free room.

A recent economic analysis shows that cities have to build 10 PSH beds to remove a single homeless person from the street, since the vast majority of such units go to people who would not have been permanently homeless. Even the removal of that sole homeless individual from the streets seem to fade over time as more people enter the homelessness system.[4] ... 

Another reason Housing First doesn’t work is that it ignores that the major problems for the chronically homeless aren’t just lack of a home. A recent UCLA study found that more than 75% of this population have a serious mental illness, and 75% have a substance abuse problem, and the majority have both. These individuals are reluctant to accept assistance without mandates and requirements, and a house without such mandates will not encourage use of these services.[9]

There was once some hope that housing alone could help reduce drug use and mental health problems. Yet studies have now shown that simply providing people subsidized housing does not reduce drug use, and often encourages it, which makes sense because there is no mandated treatment in PSH and the free unit provides people with more money to pursue their habits.

More fact-based perspective:

“The ‘Housing First’ Approach Has Failed,” The Heritage Foundation, Aug. 4, 2020
Homelessness has gained national attention with the growth of public encampments and street disorder, particularly in West Coast cities. Over the past decade, the federal government has spent billions on “Housing First” programs, which provide permanent housing for the homeless without requiring sobriety or participation in treatment. Although Housing First programs demonstrate strong rates of short-term housing retention, they do not improve symptoms related to drug addiction, mental illness, and general well-being—and have not reduced overall rates of homelessness.

“To Fix Homelessness, Stop Fixating On Housing,” The Federalist, May 30, 2023
Cities and states, for their part, should stop releasing without bail or jail time drug addicts and mentally ill people who commit crimes, and they need to use the threat of punishment as a way to induce street criminals to accept treatment.

At its core, Prop. 1 is throwing more money away, will make California’s homeless population multiply, and will make generations of Californians poorer with the multi-billions in bonds to pay back — all so presidential wannabe Gavin Newsom can say he’s “solved” the homeless problem. Defeat this thieving scam — vote NO on Prop. 1.

» Official California State Voter Pamphlet

SaveCalifornia.com provides this solely for educational purposes and does not support or oppose candidates for public office.

If you oppose the tyrannical Left and support pro-family, constitutional conservatives in public office, you have some hard math to do in the U.S. Senate race in California. Because again, this is a "jungle primary" given to us by RINOs Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abel Maldonado in 2010. This killed off partisan primary elections, replacing it with the "top two" vote-getters advancing to the November election.

In the U.S. Senate race, for months now, the Democrat-leaning polls have regularly shown Democrat Adam Schiff leading for first place, Republican Steve Garvey and Democrat Katie Porter tied for second place, and Democrat Barbara Lee in third place. Only two of these will "win" and go on the November ballot.

And although there are other Republicans than Garvey in the race, and those other Republicans are more proven conservatives, the math is, unless Garvey receives a strong majority of Republican votes, it will be Democrat versus Democrat in November, with Republicans completely shut out. 

In 2022, the failure of Republicans to do the math resulted in a Democrat win in a Republican district in the Modesto area and California's Gold Country. Several Republicans, including three main candidates, diluted the conservative voter bloc, so that two Democrats advanced to the general election. It's ironic that this district had more Republican voters than Democrats -- yet miscalculation and personal pride got in the way.

If conservative voters don't want two Democrats to be the top voter-getters in the U.S. Senate contest, they need to look at Steve Garvey's positions. If he's not a RINO and will vote right, is he acceptable? If conservatives support Garvey, he could win first or second place in this "jungle primary."

What's most important in a candidate? How he or she will vote on legislation, and if in the minority party, how much he or she will speak and fight for what's right in God's sight. Therefore, the public policies of a candidate are most important. Yet, without actual votes on legislation, careful voters must look for patriotism, moral character, and religious faith. For when sincere, they powerfully influence a legislator's votes.

Here's SaveCalifornia.com's look at Steve Garvey: 

Steve Garvey was a professional baseball player, and is well-remembered by Southern Californians in the 1970s and 1980s. Today, at age 76, Garvey is running as a Republican to replace the current ultra-liberal Democrat U.S. senator, Laphonza Butler, a Gavin Newsom appointee, who has declined to run for a full term.

What do we know about the personal values of Steve Garvey that will influence his public policies?

He was a churchgoer as an adult, and after his sexual sins (two paternity suits), he seems to have repented. From the Society of American Baseball Research:

Garvey was well dressed and clean shaven with every hair in place and did not chew tobacco, swear, or wear jeans. Garvey attended church frequently ... "did not smoke or drink" ... Garvey never denied the charges, as evidenced by the candor of this 2003 interview: “Could I have been more careful? Yes. Are they my responsibility? Yes. They were two personal choices, and if I had them to do over again, obviously I would do them differently. I made two poor choices, but it happened. I didn’t commit a felony, and I stood there and answered every question. I took responsibility. But what I did was out of character.”

FEB. 8, 2024 UPDATE: The ultra-liberal Los Angeles Times has published a hit piece on Steve Garvey, seizing on the fact that, in 1989, he fathered two children out of wedlock (with two different women). Garvey emailed the L.A. Times this statement:

"The challenges I faced after retiring from Major League Baseball four decades ago were pivotal in shaping the person I am today. The lessons learned about personal accountability and integrity have made a profound, lasting impact on my life. I’m the luckiest man to be happily married to the love of my life, Candace, for the last 35 years, which I believe demonstrates my growth and commitment to family values. These experiences have equipped me to better understand the adversities others face in their lives, and to serve the public with empathy and integrity, something that has been lacking in Washington, D.C."

The L.A. Times, which DOESN'T REPORT on the sexual sins of Democrat candidates, also reported:

Garvey, who describes himself as a "conservative moderate," has said he voted for President Trump in the past two elections but he hasn't articulated detailed positions on the issues.

During the Senate debate on Jan. 22, Garvey refused to say whether he'd vote for Trump a third time. Asked by a moderator about his policies, Garvey said he's "taken strong positions" and offered examples, like his advocating for a "strong audit" of spending to combat homelessness, his call to close the border, and the need to "get crime off the streets" and "fund the police." Campaign videos have struck a similar chord, promoting the need to “take a stand against out-of-control inflation” and “achieve peace through strength.”

Should conservatives vote for "the lesser of two evils"?

Following this advice for the last few decades has resulted in liberal Republicans, known as "Republicans in Name Only" (RINOs), who support "LGBTQIA+" agenda and other Democrat agendas, both infiltrating and taking over the Republican caucuses in both Sacramento and Washington, D.C.

SaveCalifornia.com urges you to establish your minimum voting standards, even if this means you sometimes cast a protest vote. For only a liberal Republican can redefine or destroy the Republican Party from within. Therefore, you might not support a Republican who supports abortion funding or the "LGBTQIA+" agenda or medical tyranny.

Would U.S. Senator Steve Garvey become part of the Swamp and vote evilly?

It's hard to predict, but might be unlikely due to Garvey's independence (he's a perfectionist only child), his years of being independent from worldly teammates, and the higher standards he says he believes in (despite personal failings prior to marrying his current wife).

Earlier this year, in an interview with leftist KQED Radio, it was reported that Garvey "supported 'very stringent background checks' when it comes to guns, implied that he opposes a national abortion ban, and voiced support for continuing aid to Ukraine. But are these extreme, leftist positions? On gun rights, Garvey didn't go against semi-automatic home defense rifles or concealed weapon permits, and only supported the existing background checks (either in California or nationally). On killing babies via abortion, Garvey implied he doesn't favor a "national abortion ban," which won't pass the U.S. Senate, even if Republicans recaptured a narrow majority. On Ukraine, Garvey's funding position is the same as many otherwise conservative U.S. reps.

Should California conservatives give Steve Garvey a chance? If elected later this year, Garvey would be 76 (he was born December 22, 1948) in 2025 when he takes office for a full, six-year term. If he holds to his independence and church values, and doesn't run again in 2030 at age 81, Garvey could provide many votes satisfying to conservatives who are greatly concerned for our nation. 

To find out if a candidate matches your values, searcj online for a few minutes. As a nonprofit organization, we cannot and do not support or oppose candidates for public office, and we don't tell you for whom to vote. 

1. Simple steps to research candidates online

Search for a candidate's name along with other search terms (one a time), such as Covid, mask, lockdown, test, pandemic, medical freedom, life, reproductive, abortion, gay, LGBT, gun, taxes, fees, constitution, etc.

1. Have your sample ballot in front of you

2. On a computer with internet, type in a search engine a candidate's first and last name and office they are seeking, such as "Assembly," "Senate," "Congress," "U.S. Representative," etc.

3. Then, one word at a time, one search at a time, search the candidate name and a key word, such as "pandemic." This could reveal the candidate's statements, positions, or votes on the subject. For example, if you want to search candidate John Smith for State Assembly and his position on sexual perversity, enter John Smith, Assembly, California, LGBT. By poking around, you might find his position on this tyrannical agenda.

4. Search this way for each candidate on your ballot, unless there are some you have a valid reason to ignore.

How does SaveCalifornia.com President Randy Thomasson research?

Randy says, "First, I take out my ballot. In the partisan races, who are the Republicans? Are there an independents to consider? Of these, then I do my internet research with key words, looking for what they've said or done to show they're good or bad. Which is the conservative constitutionalist? If there's no constitutionalist, but either a RINO and a Democrat, or even two Democrats, I keep my principles by casting a "protest vote" for a third-party candidate, or make no choice in the particular contest. This simple study usually makes my voting easy. For non-partisan seats, you can usually find out the party affiliation of candidates by searching under their name and Democrat or Republican. Don't be fooled by liberals in disguise -- do your own research to know where they really stand." 

You should also visit candidates' websites for their specific positions on constitutional, family-values and moral issues. And consider emailing the candidate to ask specific questions. And remember, what a candidate has done on a certain issue is always more revealing than what they say. For example, if you want to vote for a candidate who supports medical freedom, try to find out whether they ever supported a mask mandate or even a "vaccine" mandate. Again, we don't support or oppose candidates, but encourage you to do your own research so you don't mistakenly vote against your own values.

2. Learn from voting records and endorsements

Your second-best research is key votes cast by incumbent politicians. A constitutional conservative will not vote against family values, will not support the "LGBTQIA+" agenda, will not support abortion/"Covid mandates"/"gun control," etc.

Provided for you below are links to help you know whether a candidate is genuinely pro-family or not. See for yourself: 

  • Pro-life: Voter Voice, a database of the National Right to Life Committee, reports the pro-life/pro-abortion votes of congressional incumbents (enter the last name of U.S. rep you're researching) 
  • Federal: How often does your current U.S. Representative vote for constitutional, pro-family values? Visit the pro-family, constitutional Eagle Forum website, which reports on several bills voted by each sitting congressman and congresswoman. Click here and enter your zip code or a congressmember's name, then search to see their records.

  • Family First Pledge: "I pledge to preserve the right of conscience for all citizens, including their freedom to practice the tenets of their faith; protect innocent human life from conception to natural death; defend the natural family and natural marriage (one man and one woman), the foundational building blocks of society; restore the natural rights of parents to determine the best way to educate, raise and care for their children; promote free market economic policies that empower our families to achieve their highest potential." See state and local California candidates who have signed the pledge

The following independent voter guides are provided for your additional research. Presented in alphabetical order, these voter guides recommend candidates that SaveCalifornia.com neither support or oppose.

Realize that some of the "recommended" candidates in these guides support the tyrannical "LGBTQIA+" agenda, have voted for the abortion agenda, or have voted against constitutional free speech (in other words, RINOs -- Republicans in Name Only).

SaveCalifornia.com does not vouch for the recommendations or accuracies of any of these links. Yet we offer them to you to consider as you do your own research.

California Republican Assembly (CRA) endorsements for several counties (but see our RINO report below)
Family Voter Info (San Diego County -- but compare with our RINO report below)
Penny Harrington (San Diego County -- but compare with our RINO report below)
Robyn Nordell (Orange County -- but compare with our RINO report below)
Robyn Nordell (Riverside County -- but compare with our RINO report below)
Robyn Nordell: Judges (covers Southern California counties)
Vote Conservative San Diego (San Diego County -- but compare with RINO report)

As they become available, accurate, independent voter guides will be added.

SaveCalifornia.com provides this solely for educational purposes and does not support or oppose candidates.

To further help you, here are answers to relevant questions from pro-family Californians:

Q: Can I trust the "Republican voter guide" or "Democrat voter guide" sent to me in the mail? 
A: No, you really shouldn't. Because "endorsements" are PAID by the candidates themselves! Look at the FINE PRINT. Don’t rely on voter guides in the mail unless they are from a trusted, recognizable source. And unfortunately, those trusted sources are very few and far between, because even some pro-family voter guides include pro-perversity Republicans as recommended "pro-family" candidates.

Q: What kind of candidates are the best? 
A: It's become more obvious that for our God-given liberties and constitutional rights, it is not enough for candidates to be "Republican" or "conservative." We need fighters -- who will work, speak, and fight for what's right in God's sight. Your opportunity to prefer a fighter over a seat-warmer is most likely in the primary election, where all candidates are running, unlike the only the "top two" in the general election.

Q: Are there any pro-life or pro-family Democrat candidates left in California?
A: Not to our our knowledge. We don't know of any candidates within the "Democratic"/"Green"/"Peace and Freedom" parties who are pro-life for preborn babies and pro-family against the immoral "LGBTQIA+" agenda. Even in conservative "red states," pro-life-on-abortion Democrat candidates are being rubbed out. In 2020, DNC Chair Tom Perez and Democrat politicians Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren said there's no room for anti-abortion candidates in the Democratic Party.

Q: Which parties or candidates in California are reliably pro-life and pro-family?
A: It's getting harder to know, since truly pro-family candidates are rarer these days. From our observations, among the "Republican"/"American Independent"/"Libertarian" parties in California, we've determined that generally supporting traditional moral values are usually always "American Independent" candidates, most of the time "Republican" candidates, and some of the time "Libertarian" and "no party preference" candidates. Yet in the last several years, we've definitely seen more Republican and Libertarians candidates that support the anti-family, anti-child, unnatural, unhealthy, unbiblical, tyrannical "LGBTQIA+" agenda.

Q: What can I do to generate more votes?
A: You can "multiply votes" via web, email, social media, and leafletting. Imagine helping hundreds of people vote for what's right in God's sight. You can do your own research to produce your own documented voter guide or recommended candidates, then publish or distribute it via a web page, blog, email, and social media. You can also print it up on a full or half sheet of paper (both sides) to place on automobile windshields in church parking lots. Want help doing this? If you call SaveCalifornia.com at 916-265-5650, just leave a message with a good time to call you back, and we'll call you to answer your questions and equip you.

Q: Does SaveCalifornia.com provide links to pro-family voter guides?
A: Yes, we've found a few for you (listed above, and mostly for Orange and San Diego counties), yet provide them with a big disclaimer. Because so-called "pro-family" voter guides are actually a list of endorsements, and too many of them include anti-family Republicans. 

For example, in some of these “voter guides,” there are current or former incumbent "Republican" officeholders who have supported the "LGBTQIA+" agenda in one way or another, which tramples your God-given liberties and constitutional rights, which is in no way "pro-family" or "liberty loving." And there are other "pro-life" incumbents in the California State Legislature who have voted in favor of abortion-filled budgets. While linking to the "voter guides" of individuals and other organizations, SaveCalifornia.com encourages you to do your own research to confirm your beliefs about a particular candidate or candidates.

Q: Who are the "Republicans In Name Only" (RINOs) on my ballot?
A: We report, you decide. In 2023 in the California State Legislature, 9 “Republicans” in the State Assembly voted for awful Democrat bills promoting abortion (baby-killing), or the “LGBTQIA+” agenda, or both.

The list below shows you which of these worst bills that the 9 Assembly Republican legislators voted for. (You can see details about the bills shown here bgoing to our Legislation page.)

• Greg Wallis of Bermuda Dunes: AB 659, AB 5, AB 223, AB 352, AB 443, AB 492, AB 576, AB 598, AB 957, AB 1078, AB 1194, AB 1432, HR 33, ACA 5, SB 345, SB 385, SB 760

• Juan Alanis of Modesto: AB 5, AB 352, AB 443, AB 492, AB 598, AB 1194, AB 1432, HR 33, ACA 5, SB 541, SB 760

• Marie Waldron of Escondido: AB 5, AB 443. HR 33, ACA 5, SB 58, SB 541, SB 729, SB 760

• Laurie Davies of Laguna Niguel: ACA 5, AB 1194, SB 541

• Diane Dixon of Newport Beach: AB 223, ACA 5

• Bill Essayli of Riverside: AB 223, ACA 5

• Josh Hoover of Folsom: AB 5, ACA 5

 Phillip Chen of Yorba Linda: ACA 5, AB 443

• Devon Mathis of Porterville: ACA 5

In addition to Democrat bills promoting baby-killing and the “LGBTQIA+” agenda, here's how the same 9 Assembly Republicans voted on some other bad bills:

• Voting in favor of the Democrats’ radical “recreational drug” bill, SB 58, were Bill EssayliHeath Flora, and Marie Waldron

• Voting in favor of SB 596 giving chairpersons of liberal school boards the power to subjectively claim pro-family citizens speaking at public meetings have caused “substantial disorder,” so that you’ll be arrested and charged with a misdemeanor crime, were Diane DixonJosh Hoover, and Greg Wallis

• Voting in favor of AB 1352 to permit liberal school board majorities to remove a pro-family school board member from office were Juan AlanisPhillip ChenMegan Dahle, Laurie DaviesDiane DixonBill EssayliHeath FloraVince FongJames GallagherJosh HooverTom LackeyJim PattersonJoe PattersonKate SanchezTri TaMarie WaldronGreg Wallis

And in the California State Senate, 2 “Republicans” voted for Democrat bills promoting baby-killing or “LGBTQIA+” or both:

• Scott Wilk of Santa Clarita: AB 352, AB 659, AB 1194, ACA 5

• Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh of Yucaipa: SR 33, SB 760, AB 1194

In addition:

• Both Wilk and Ochoa Bogh supported AB 1352 to permit liberal school boards to boot off conservative members

• The sole Republican voting in favor of the Democrats’ SB 274, largely eliminating government-school suspensions or expulsions of disruptive, defiant “students,” was Brian Dahle of Bieber

See SaveCalifornia.com's Pro-Family Legislation Center for analyses and legislators’ votes on these bad bills.

Conclusion: Of the 8 Republicans in the 40-member California State Senate and the 18 Republicans in the 80-member California State Assembly, unlike constitutional and often Christian Republican fighters of past decades, none today can be counted on to use their most valuable asset — their voice — to consistently stand and speak to expose the harm of immoral, ungodly Democrat-authored bills. It’s a shame, because when you’re in the minority party in the Legislature, your voice matters much more than your votes.

Obviously, with so many Republican legislators supporting anti-family or otherwise harmful bills, and with none of the current crop of California Republican state legislators caring enough to regularly speak to expose immoral Democrat bills, there’s a crying need for concerned citizens and biblical pastors to:

a) Recruit constitutional fighters, who know their main job isn’t money, popularity, or comfort, but steadfastly, lovingly, and truthfully speaking in committee and on the floor to expose the harm of Democrat Party bills

b) Stop accepting crumbs from mute Republicans or from RINOs who vote for harmful Democrat bills.

Democrats & Republicans In Their Own Words

Every political party has an official Party Platform, which is a written document that is the most reliable indicator of how that party's candidates will vote as an "elected representative." The party platforms will tell you what to expect, but not as much as a candidate's voting records or specific public promises. 

» Comparison of 2020 platfoms of the Democratic and Republican parties
Human Life, Religious Liberty, Healthcare, Sex Education/LBGTQ/Title IX, School Choice, Courts, Law & Order, Immigration & Border Security

» "In Their Own Words": Republican and Democratic Platforms (2012)
Life, Marriage, Health Care & Conscience, Second Amendment (Firearms), Education, The Economy, The United Nations, Right to Work & Unions, Energy & Climate Change

State government-produced voter guide

» Official California State Voter Pamphlet

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Citizen Empowerment
Voter Activation
Cultural Impact

What We Stand For
Marriage and Family
Parental Rights
Sanctity of Human Life
Religious Freedom
Back-to-Basics Education