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Conservative Voter Recommendations & Resources for the
Tuesday, November 8, 2022, California Statewide General Election
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Lanhee Chen is running on fiscal/transparency issues, such as Protecting Taxpayers from Fraud, Providing True Fiscal Transparency, Ensuring Honest and Transparent Accounting. He is highly qualified to do that task well.
Note: After the Primary, Chen came out as pro-choice (he does not support late-term abortions). He is still far preferable to Malia Cohen, Chen's opponent is far-left on most issues. Malia recently tweeted, "I not only support Prop 1, but as your next Controller, I am committed to ensuring that our state is appropriately spending money for reproductive healthcare." (Robyn's note: California's radical Proposition 1 allows for abortion up until birth)
Nathan Hochman has experience as a prosecutor and private practice general counsel handling cases involving corrupt government officials, tax evaders, narcotics traffickers, and violent gang members. He is running on issues of CRIME, Fentanyl, Homelessness, and Human Trafficking.
Note: After the Primary, Hochman came out as pro-choice. He is still far preferable to our current, extremely Pro-Abortion Attorney General Bonta, who is far-left on most important issues.
U.S. Senator (Partial Term) - MARK MEUSER This is the seat which was originally held by Vice President Kamala Harris. It is temporarily being held by Alex Padilla. You are voting for the candidate that you want to complete the remainder of this term, which ends on 1/3/23. Vote for Mark for both Senate seats.
COUNTIES included in district 2: Alameda, Contra Costa, Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Trinity, Ventura
DISTRICT 3: Robyn has no recommendation in this District 3 race. My conservative friend, Craig Huey of Election Forum, recommends Y. MARIE MANVEL.
COUNTIES included in district 3: Los Angeles
DISTRICT 4: Unfortunately, there is no conservative running in this race. The choice is between two democrats. Robyn is voting for MIKE SCHAEFER. Schaefer has pledged to support Prop 13 For more info on Mike Schaefer , read his SD Union Tribune interview HERE (in which he answers 5 questions, including one about character concerns based upon issues from the mid-1980s.) Dodson is endorsed by far-left groups, is younger, and if elected, could be in that office for a couple of terms. Craig Huey of Election Forum rates Schaefer more highly than Dodson. (Huey rates Dodson as 1 out of 5 stars, meaning "terrible.")
COUNTIES included in district 4: Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego
FOR STATEWIDE PROPOSITIONS
If Proposition 1 passes, Abortion in California will be legal - with no limitations - up to the moment of birth! Late-Term Abortions are especially Cruel and Extreme!
As Frank Kacer of Christian Citizenship council explains, "This State Constitutional amendment would remove any restrictions on a woman's decision to abort her pre-born child at any time for any or no reason during the pregnancy, and would prevent any restrictions from being implemented in the future without another Constitutional change placed before the voters and passed."
Click Here for an infographic that clearly and simply explains Proposition 1. Click Here for POLLING which shows that the majority of Californians oppose limitless abortions. Visit StopProp1.com for more information and resources that you CAN share with your friends and family about this cruel and extreme proposition.
SUMMARY OF PROPOSITIONS 26 - 31
NO on PROP 26: (In-Person Sports Wagering)
NO on Prop 27: (Online Sports Wagering)
NO on Prop 28: (Funding for Arts and Music)
NO on Prop 29: (Unionizing Kidney Dialysis Clinics)
NO on Prop 30: (Income Tax Increase/Electric Charging Stations)
NO on Prop 31: (Flavored Tobacco Ban)
Coming Soon... we will be posting more in-depth coverage on our Proposition Page.