Election Integrity Project California needs your support as the lawsuit is filed on January 5th against California for Constitutional Violations in elections over the past 10 years
NATURE OF THE ACTION
- Our Constitutional Republic is founded on the sacred right of every eligible citizen to cast an equal vote to determine who will represent him or her in government. The Constitution of the United States guarantees this right through the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment and, in the case of Federal congressional elections, through the Elections Clause (Art. I, § 4, cl. 1). It also “guarantee[s] to every State . . . a Republican Form of Government, and protect[ion] . . . against Invasion in the Guarantee Clause. (Art. IV, § 4.)
- Over the past three decades in California, however, these rights have been intentionally eroded by an onslaught of unconstitutional statutes, regulations and executive orders, which, taken together, are designed to create an environment in which elections could be manipulated and eligible voters disenfranchised.
To read the 44-page lawsuit go to the EIPCa website. Click HERE.
Linda Paine, President of EIPCa, spoke at the Eagle Forum of Orange County on January 10th, explaining the process leading to this MUST WIN lawsuit. The lawsuit directed against Alex Padilla, CA Secretary of State, Xavier Becerra, CA Attorney General, Gavin Newsom, CA Governor and thirteen CA County Registrar of Voters. Orange County is included as one of the 13 counties. Plaintiffs include many candidates in the recent election.
She opened her statements by deploring the recent riots in our Capital as an act of insurrection, tempering with a quote by Martin Luther King I think that we’ve got to see that a riot is the language of the unheard.
And yes, we deplore the riots and are embarrassed by them.
Over several years, California legislators passed laws and directives outside their authority and, in doing so, have manipulated the voting process to erode integrity and voter confidence. Voting by mail or in-person using voting machines are inherently less secure today than ever. Instead of claims by individual candidates’ grievances similar to other lawsuits across our nation, this action specifically addresses the processes based upon numerous issues. Over 700 incident reports filed by vote center observers in recent elections backup this lawsuit.
Although EIPCa believes this has a better chance of success, unfortunately, an activist judge will be hearing the case.
To support EIPCa go to the website http://www.eip-ca.com
Action that you should take:
- Read the lawsuit to understand the issues
- Forward the lawsuit to your associates and encourage them to read it
- Join EIPCa by getting on the mailing list
- Donate to EIPCa
- Did you witness an incident that might compromise voting integrity? Report it using an EIPCa Incident Report.
We have been Vote Center and ROV Vote Counting Observers in the last two elections. We have filed dozens of incident reports. The most significant was during the 2018 election when a voter described finding seven ballots in the bushes near Pioneer and Euclid in Fullerton. We filed an incident report including photos of the seven ballots. Reports such as this are investigated by EIPCa lawyers.