Thank you, Tom Del Beccaro, for being a true leader of our California Republican Party…. with a winning attitude.
Senators Strickland, Emmerson and Walters are strongly leaning to vote “yes” for NPV now, when just three years ago, they all three voted “no” for NPV, SB 37. It would be better for Republicans and Conservatives to have a split of Electoral College votes by Congressional Districts, than to have NPV. Why are our leaders not pushing again and again and again for Electoral College Split by Congressional Districts? Why just cave and then vote with the progressive liberal Democrat establishment that really wants NPV?
The NPV is not a very good idea for Conservatives or Republicans because as Assemblyman Jefferies who was a Co-Sponsor of AB 459 and voted NO put it,
>Failure in California to require voter
> identification at polling locations has been a growing problem. With
> the NPV in place for California and the nation – the integrity of our
> voting system could be put at further risk as unethical organizations
> carry out local, regional, statewide and national efforts to manipulate
> and undermine our wide-open / no-questions-asked polling locations.
Why are these three Senators standing with the progressive liberal lefties who are responsible for the voter fraud that is happening right now in California? We have all heard the stories of fraud from San Diego and Acorn. The thought of yet more fraud from the Unions and the progressive left here in California with the passing of AB 459 to win the presidency is making me want to PUKE. Conservatives and Republicans don’t cheat at the Ballot Box, so then why make it easier for the Left?
The Senators need to listen to Assemblyman Nestande, Co-Author of this bill, who had the courage to abstain from the vote, Co-Sponsor Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries who voted NO on AB 459 after being contacted by you, Shawn Steele, our RNC Committeeman, and with the Chairman of the California Republican Party, Tom Del Beccaro, the California Federation of Republican Women, the California Republican Assembly, John Fleishman of the Flash Report, and Elise Richmond of the Elise Richmond Show, Conservatively Speaking, and many, many more that AB 459 will devastate our State and the United States of America.
With what all of us have said, why would Senators Strickland, Emmerson, and Walters want to vote ‘yes’? I sincerely hope that these Senators will listen to your calls and emails and vote NO on AB 459. Why else did we elect them but listen and vote how we want them to!
It would be better for Republicans and Conservatives to have a split of Electoral College votes by Congressional Districts, than to have NPV. Why are our leaders not pushing again and again and again for Electoral College Split by Congressional Districts? Ask them to stand for the Electoral College to be split by Congressional Districts to get away from “Winner take all” or NPV…
Please take action NOW!!! Because of our past actions, Co- sponsors Assemblyman Nestande abstained from voting and Assemblyman Jefferies voted NO for AB 459.
Here are their numbers and their email addresses of the Co-sponsors of AB 459 in the Senate:
Let them hear our voices loud and clear and thank you for making a difference!Senator Tony Strickland Sacramento, (916) 651-4019 Simi Valley, (805) 306-8886
Santa Barbara, (805) 965-0862 Senator.Strickland@senate.ca.gov
Senator Mimi Walters Sacramento, (916) 651-4033 Laguna Hills, (949) 457-7333 Fax: (949) 457-7305 Senator.Walters@senate.ca.gov
Senator Bill Emmerson Sacramento, (916) 651-4037 Palm Desert, CA 92660; (760) 568-0408 Riverside, CA 92507; (951) 680-6750 Fax: (760) 568-1501 Senator.Emmerson@senate.ca.gov
To give you some facts about LA County
2,286,987 demos in LA County 2010 1,049,383 Republicans in LA County 2010
1,455,184 64% votes for Moonbeam 749,439 71% votes for Meg
The Republicans turned out votes for Meg compared to Registration better than the demos turned out votes for Moonbeam and did Meg win LA County?
2,226,641 demos in LA County 2008 1,034,213 Republicans in LA County 2008
2,295,853 votes for Obama 956,425 votes for McCain
Do you think Republicans have a chance of winning in LA County or in California with all the fraud?
Thank you so much for all that you do and all together we do make a difference.
Past Chairman of the Riverside County Republican Party