Solano County Republican Party
The Right Stuff: HR 1 not a home run
April 5, 2021--It is obvious that the authors of House Resolution 1 are severely lacking in the knowledge and wisdom of the Founding Fathers as discussed in Federalist Papers Nos. 59-60. The consistent basic philosophy of the Founders was that government must be as close to the people as possible and therefore all powers of government are […Read More]
Excerpt From the CA GOP newsletter for April 6, 2021
- #RecallGavinNewsom organizers announced 2,116,853 signatures had been submitted.
- 1.4 million (1,454,710) signatures have been processed by the counties, with 1.1 million (1,188,073) signatures shown to be valid so far (81.67% validity rate).
- Of the 600k (662,143) remaining signatures to process, Recall organizers only need 46% (307,636) of those to be valid for the Recall to reach the threshold (1,495,709) to trigger an election.
- In short, this Recall election is on track to qualify, giving California voters their chance to end the failed Governorship of Gavin Newsom in 2021.
- The California Republican Party has now crossed the 56,000-volunteer mark (56,242). That is a 33% jump from the day after Election Day 2020.
Endorsed Candidates & CAGOP In the News:
The following bills are up for hearings- click on the link that follows to listen/watch the items that interest you: https://www.legislature.ca.gov/the_state_legislature/calendar_and_schedules/audio_tv.html
- AB-125: Equitable Economic Recovery, Healthy Food Access, Climate Resilient Farms, and Worker Protection Bond Act of 2022 – Hearing has been set for April 15, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.
- AB 397– Unemployment Insurance-Disqualification Notice– Hearing has been set for April 15, 2021.
- AJR-1: Abolition of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement – Hearing has been set for April 13, 2021 at 9:00 a.m.
- ACA 3- Involuntary Servitude/Slavery– This bill would change our state constitution resulting in mandates that prisoners be paid for any work, and would open the door for them to unionize.
- AB 65-This bill would require the Franchise Tax Board to administer the California Universal Basic Income (CalUBI) Program, under which a California resident who is 18 years of age or older and who meets specified requirements, would receive a universal basic income of $1,000 per month.
- AB-1434–Urban water use objectives: INDOOR RESIDENTIAL WATER USE– Existing law requires the Department of Water Resources, in coordination with the State Water Resources Control Board, and in collaboration with and input from stakeholders, to conduct necessary studies and investigations and authorizes the department and the board to jointly recommend to the Legislature a standard for indoor residential water use. Existing law, until January 1, 2025, establishes 55 gallons per capita daily as the standard for indoor residential water use, gradually lowering water use standards by 2-2.5 gallons every couple of years until 2030, unless the department and the board recommend more appropriate standards for indoor residential water use. This bill would, beginning January 1, 2023, until January 1, 2030, double the amount of decrease, culminating in only 40 gallons capita daily being allowed. The bill would also eliminate the requirement that the department, in coordination with the state board, conduct necessary studies and investigations and jointly recommend to the Legislature a standard for indoor residential water use. SO, THE DWR WOULD HAVE UNILATERAL CONTROL OF HOW MUCH WATER YOU CAN USE IN YOUR HOME with no studies to justify their mandates!
- AB 37– Mail-in Ballots– We previously wrote about SB 29, which has passed and been signed by the Gov., expanding mail in ballots being sent to every registered voter until. Jan. 2022. This bill, AB 37, makes that mandatory for ALL ELECTIONS, with no end date.
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As the COVID-19 has uprooted out lives, we find that more and more communities are uniting to beat the spread of this virus. Our Republican Committee has become the trusted organization for the citizens in and out of the Republican party. As we continue to reach out to all voters, we would like to share this video that can help you to shop for groceries and enjoy take out foods with confidence by learning sanitizing procedures used by doctors and nurses every day.
This illustration created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows what the coronavirus looks like when viewed through an electron microscope. (thetannd.com)
As the coronavirus crisis forces Americans into “volunteer isolation,” Democrats, unapologetically, show America their true colors. Nancy Pelosi has given the list of their demands disguised as a “wish list” to the Senate and now hold America hostage as they stop the progress of emergency aid to American workers, families, and small businesses.
Election day is over, but you questioned your experience at the polls. At Solano County Republican Party, we have been on top of the problems with the election process. Through our efforts to engage with voters, we have found out that there are many problems before you ever reach the polls on election day. Many people have been victims of the legislation AB1461 Voter Registration, California New Motor Voter Program, which opts you out of your preferred party and places you in No Party Preference or removes you all together. This forces voters to re-register Republican. Many people were not aware that they had been removed and this caused problems with receiving the correct absentee ballot. This also caused problems at the polls in Solano County. We have reports of Republican’s not being able to register at the polls, being told that there were no Republican ballots, and some were event turned away and told to return later. Elections should never be this complicated.
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