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Last chance to oppose AB101

Assembly Bill 101 was recently passed in the State Assembly and is now making its way through the State Senate, with a major vote coming up as early as this week (the bill was referred to the State Senate’s Committee on Education, but the hearing was postponed). AB101 will force students to take a course of Ethnic Studies before graduating from California public and charter high schools. We now have a great opportunity to tell our State Senators our thoughts on this bill and

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CAGOP Launches Election Integrity Day in Santa Clara County

June 15th kicks off election integrity awareness We encourage all citizens to engage in California’s election process by checking your voter registration, signing up to volunteer as a poll observer, and more! CA Election Integrity is our hub for people to get involved and find resources to stay educated and up to date. Partnering together we can secure our elections! Our Democracy works when people have full faith in our elections. Help protect election integrity, apply to be a Poll worker, contribute to the

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Podcast #5: Governor Newsom’s Buddies in the Teacher Unions Continue Roadblocks

Partial Transcript California’s chronically dysfunctional governing administration lead by Governor Newsom and a self-serving teacher unions continue to throw roadblocks in the path to reopening schools. School closures have significantly depressed children’s learning, emotional health and social development. According to news sources, Mental health-related emergency room cases have increased 24 percent for 5- to 11-year-olds and 31 percent for 12- to 17-year-olds since the pandemic began, as children struggle with isolation and impersonal learning. Math test scores have decreased by as much as 10

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Steel: ‘Zuckerbucks’ Corrupted the 2020 Election for Big Tech

By Shawn Steel, Republican National Committeeman representing California Dark Money. Citizens United. The Koch Brothers. Remember when Democrats used to decry the corrupting influence of corporate money in politics? “Today, the Supreme Court kept open the floodgates to uninhibited special interest spending in our campaigns and in our politics,” Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi lamented following a 2012 Supreme Court decision to uphold Citizens United. “Their disappointing decision to uphold Citizens United deals yet another blow to a fundamental American value: that the voices of the

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SVGOP Podcast # 4: Democrats attempt to intimidate and silence opposition

Partial Transcript Two Democratic state senators, Ben Allen of Redondo Beach, and Josh Newman of Fullerton–who went through a recall election himself in 2018, are carrying measures they say are needed to reform the recall process. If enacted, future recalls of California’s elected officials will be less likely. Senate Bill 663 would allow the Governor’s supporters to gain access to the recall campaigns lists of the recall petition signers and try to persuade them to remove their signatures. Current law allows only election officials

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SVGOP Podcast #3: Bleak Future for Our Students

Partial Transcript Governor Newsom continues to grant lucrative, no-bid contracts to his campaign donors even as efforts to recall him are underway. According to recently released contract documents, Newsom’s Administration awarded over $221M no-bid contracts within the last 4 months. He used his COVID-19 emergency powers to authorized massive healthcare contracts to companies who have donated to his campaign, and he held back details from the public about a $990M contract for masks to a Chinese based manufacturing contract whose president donated to his

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