Election Integrity Project-California: Ensuring honest and fair elections

Ruth Weiss. Courtesy photo.

The promise of honest and fair elections is the cornerstone of the United States’ 243 year “experiment.” Yet recent Democrat implemented changes to how Californians vote appears to threaten this core belief. Ruth Weiss and Katherine Gerdis from Election Integrity Project-California (EIPCa) will discuss ballot harvesting and the 2018 election during the Seal Beach Republican Women Federated Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019 lunch meeting. Starting at 11:15 a.m., the meeting is conveniently located at a nearby seaside venue and offers free parking. The cost is $35 per person and spectacular views. For reservations contact Tara Amundson at taraamundson18@gmail.com or 562-286-1751.

Weiss and Gerdis will discuss:

  • EIPCa objectives
  • Victory and vindication: EIPCa’s recent lawsuit and settlement
  • Ballot harvesting – what it is and how it was used in 2018
  • Protecting your vote in the new voting experience

The monthly lunch meeting offers like-minded women and men an opportunity to learn more about Republican Women Federated and how they can be part of America’s largest grassroots organization. Reservations are a must. For more information about the club or to make a reservation for this informative meeting, contact Tara Amundson at taraamundson18@gmail.com or 562-286-1751.

This article was released by the Seal Beach Republican Women Federated.