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Tina Peters is the Mesa County, Colorado Election clerk. She believed the the election system, including the Dominion machines used in that county, was secure and invulnerable to attack. But she had numerous complaints that said otherwise. Enough so that she hired a forensic auditor to dig into the machines. What she found is shocking. … Continue reading “[s]election.code”

Election Results

Voter Turnout We have 37,815 registered voters. In the 2018 primaries, 14,697 voted. In the 2020 primaries, 18,285 voted. In the 2022 primary, only 14,004 voted. What can we do to increase voter turnout? Booths at the farmers market and other events to get people to register or update their registration? Coordinate rides for those … Continue reading “Election Results”

How To Vote In Person

We voted at Ridgeway Park – the ladies there were very nice and patient with us.   You MUST take your mail in ballot or your vote will not count today – they will do a provisional ballot to verify that you did not vote twice. Here are the steps vote in person: Tell them you … Continue reading “How To Vote In Person”

Adopt a Ballot Box

If you have time to watch poll boxes today, document any strange activity List of Voting Boxes IMPORTANT NOTE: Electioneering (wearing campaign paraphernalia, handing out campaign literature, talking about politics, advising voters in any way) is NOT legal within 100 feet of a drop box. Dress neutrally and just watch. You may be near the … Continue reading “Adopt a Ballot Box”


VIP – Vote In Person Mail-In Ballots, whether you mail them or drop them in a poll box, are susceptible to adjudication by the elections office. Adjudication: a formal judgement on a disputed matter When the poll workers run stacks of ballots through the tabulator (up to 50 at a time), the machine identifies any … Continue reading “LETS GO VOTE!”

My Final Picks

US Senator – Cordie Williams US Senator partial term – Mark Meuser US Representative 1st District – Tim Geist State Assembly 3rd District – James Gallagher Governor – Anthony Trimini Lt Governor – David Fennel Secretary of State – Rachel Hamm Controller – Lanhee Chen Treasurer – Jack Guerrero Attorney General – Eric Early Insurance … Continue reading “My Final Picks”

Secretary of State

My vote goes hands down to Rachel Hamm. Once I heard Juan O Savin talk about her involvement with other conservative leaders across the nation, I had to know more about her. And I have loved everything she stands for. Her #1 goal – HONEST ELECTIONS She is endorsed by Mike Lindell. That tells me … Continue reading “Secretary of State”


Oh good Lord – 26 candidates for Governor! 13 republicans 4 democrats 2 green 7 no party affiliation Brian Dahle is apparently the only one financially supported by the Republican Party. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not. I’m not excited about his plans – they just feel questionable to me. Anthony … Continue reading “Governor”

Other State Positions

I have separate posts for Governor, Lt Governor and Secretary of State. I’ve lumped the remaining state positions here because there’s not a lot to talk about. Do your research, but here’s my thoughts: Controller – Lanhee Chen Treasurer – Jack M Guerrero Attorney General – leaning towards Nathan but like that Eric isn’t a … Continue reading “Other State Positions”

Lieutenant Governor

There are 8 candidates for Lt Governor. I’ve narrowed my choice down to 3. But what does the Lt Gov do? The Role of Lieutenant Governor: serves as Acting Governor when the Governor is absent from the state – automatically becomes Governor if a vacancy occurs in the Office of Governor is President of the … Continue reading “Lieutenant Governor”

US Senator

There are 2 seats for California Senator – 1 full term and 1 partial (ends 1/3/23). The partial term is easy – there is 1 republican (Mark Meuser) and 1 democrat (Alex Padilla). I used to follow Mark Meuser (pre-FB ban) when he was very outspoken about the shutdowns and mandates. I liked him then. … Continue reading “US Senator”

Tehama County Candidates

Our small county has little impact on the federal and state election. But we control the entire local election. Red White & Blueprint has a saying: “Drain Your Own Swamp”. That doesn’t necessarily mean that we need to oust the currently elected officials – it means that we need to get better at selecting candidates … Continue reading “Tehama County Candidates”


Did you know that in the November 2020 Election, the ballots mailed to registered voters in Tehama County did not work in the scanning machine?  Apparently a team of individuals re-created all of the Tehama County ballots so they could be run through the machine and counted.   Issues like this are concerning.  Our local elections … Continue reading “VOTE SAFE – VOTE IN PERSON”

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