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.