Carl DeMaio Releases the Reform California Voter Guide for the 2022 Primary Election

Carl DeMaio Releases the Reform California Voter Guide for the 2022 Primary Election

The 2022 California Primary Election will be held June 7, 2022 and this year’s primary ballot is REALLY long! With a bunch of confusing ballot measures and hundreds of candidates running for office, voters can feel overwhelmed and lost. 

Fortunately, Carl DeMaio and the team at Reform California have thoroughly researched and vetted measures and candidates – and produced an easy-to-understand “Plain English” voter guide.

In vetting and endorsing candidates, Carl DeMaio and Reform California use the following criteria:

  • COST OF LIVING: Opposition to tax hikes;
  • CRIME: support for public safety and law enforcement;
  • SCHOOLS: commitment to improve schools, empower parents, and oppose toxic curriculum in the classroom;
  • JOB CREATION: support for small businesses and job creation against costly regulations and mandates, and
  • FREEDOM: respect for our Constitutional rights and personal freedoms.

Several candidates have appeared on the Carl DeMaio radio show on NewsRadio 600 KOGO and we have included their interview in the voter guide for you to listen to.

Because there are so many items on the ballot, the voter guide is separated into sections. Click on each section to see all the items on the ballot. 

ACCESS YOUR LOCAL VOTER GUIDE

California State Voter Guide (view website / print pdf)

For voters who live in all counties except Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Diego counties. Those counties have more detailed guides that can be accessed here:

Los Angeles County Voter Guide (view website / print pdf)

Orange County Voter Guide (view website / print pdf)

Riverside County Voter Guide (view website / print pdf)

San Diego County Voter Guide (view website / print pdf)

Briefing: Secure the Vote CA 2022 Campaign

Briefing: Secure the Vote CA 2022 Campaign

On Thursday, April 21, Reform California Chairman Carl DeMaio held a virtual Town Hall Briefing to discuss our ambitious plan to restore election integrity in California – particularly as we approach the all-important 2022 midterm elections!

The plan includes a variety of projects and tactics:

1) A Voter ID Ballot Measure

2) An Audit of County Voter Rolls

3) Vote Verification and Ballot Harvesting

4) Monitoring the Process

Watch the briefing below and then join the fight!

Our fight to restore election integrity in California can only happen if grassroots supporters like you step up to help! In addition, whatever you contribute will be used as we seek MATCHING FUNDS from national groups, so please chip in what you can TODAY!

Can you please contribute anything TODAY to the “Secure the Vote CA” 2022 campaign?

Contribute Securely: Secure the Vote in CA 2022

Contribute Securely: Secure the Vote in CA 2022

California Redistricting: Join the Fight for Fair Elections

California Redistricting: Join the Fight for Fair Elections

Every ten years, the California Redistricting Commission draws new state and federal districts, and we explain how you can join the fight for fair lines! If we don’t fight for and get in the game, Democrats could draw themselves their own districts, and cut us out! The lines that are drawn will shape the future of the Republican Party and conservatives for the next decade. We discuss how you can get involved with the Redistricting commission, how to give public testimony, help draw maps, and advocate for your neighborhood and communities to stay together. Join us in the fight for 2022!

Reform California Supports Lawsuit to Impose Integrity on California Voting

Reform California Supports Lawsuit to Impose Integrity on California Voting

Reform California is announcing its support for a lawsuit brought by the Long Beach Reform Coalition alleging that the new approach to voting in California violates state and federal law. 

The lawsuit challenges the outcome of a tax increase measure in Long Beach (Measure A, March 2020 Primary) and contends that Los Angeles County failed to maintain integrity in the voting process when it switched to a new system of mail-in ballots and centralized Voting Centers. 

Reform California Chairman Carl DeMaio convened a Town Hall explaining the basis of the lawsuit and what the next steps are.