CAGOP Objects to Secretary of State’s Harmful Drop Box Modifications
SACRAMENTO – Today, the California Republican Party submitted a letter to California Secretary of State Shirley Weber’s office opposing several proposed modifications to the state’s Vote-by-Mail Ballot Drop Box regulations. The letter voices concerns over two specific modifications: extending the deadline for all ballots to be retrieved by election officials from 11:59 PM on Election Day to 8 PM the following day and shielding disclosure to the public of the drop boxes that are delayed in being collected.
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Sacramento – Today, California Republican Party Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson released the following statement on the California Secretary of State’s announcement that California voters have enough signatures to qualify a recall election for the purpose of removing Governor Gavin Newsom from office:
“Secretary of State Weber confirmed voters have qualified a recall election to remove the worst governor in California history, Gavin Newsom, by verifying more than 1.5 million signatures.