By Wendy Brukwinski, SVGOP Central Committee Member CALL TO ACTION If enacted, HR-1, the inaptly named “For the People Act”, would eliminate most forms of ensuring the integrity of our elections and interfere with the First Amendment rights of people and groups. HR-1 would impose on every state the sort of loose, fraud-enabling elections system that California has adopted. Here are just a few of the provisions that would be imposed nationwide: It effectively bans voter ID and would prohibit verification of citizenship, replacing
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Board & Commission Opportunities in Santa Clara County You are never too old or too young to serve – Apply today! Citizens who are retired typically have far more time to participate in local government than during their working years. Many of the talents and experience gained from years of working bring expertise to local government. Some boards and commissions actually address senior issues and specify that applicants must be senior citizens. On the flip side, both Santa Clara County and many municipalities within
National news continue to consume our attention, but there is a local issue we need your help with. The California Department of Education has released the third draft of the K-12 Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum (ESMC) for public comment. Sadly, it is rife with Critical Race Theory. Several non-partisan grassroots groups are voicing their opposition to this draft, and the SVGOP is aligned with them. Click to find more information and join this action alert to email your message before the January 21 public
Happy 2021! Let’s start the year off with ACTION, not simply new resolutions. The National Republican Senatorial Committee and the Georgia GOP need YOU to help keep the Senate in Republican hands and preserve the accomplishments of the past four years, like tax reductions and cuts to excessive regulations, while stopping appointees looking to radically transform the United States. A Republican majority in the U.S. Senate depends on victory in at least one of the two Georgia senate elections scheduled for January 5, 2020.