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Presidential Recommendations & Comparison Charts on Issues
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY:
DONALD J. TRUMP
Although I was not a fan of Trump in 2016 (and still don't like some of his rhetoric), I voted for him in order to BLOCK Hillary Clinton and her far-left policies, and for the sake of getting GOOD JUDGES on the bench. In 2020, Trump is an easy vote for me. I am a big fan of many of his accomplishments and policies. His 150+ conservative nominated JUDGES have been confirmed by the Senate! Trump has turned out to be the most pro-life president ever! He is an incredible fighter for religious freedom. He constantly pushes back against the far-left (progressive) political agenda.
DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY:
The leading Democratic Presidential Race contenders (listed in the comparison chart below) ALL promote far-left to socialist policies, which would result in dramatically increasing the size and scope of government control over our lives. They will not oppose ANY abortions and they promote policies which discriminate against religious freedom, freedom of speech, parental rights, and more. See the presidential comparison chart below for more information.
HELPFUL PRESIDENTIAL COMPARISON CHARTS
Election Forum's "2020 Presidential Election Voter Guide
'Vote Your Beliefs and Values'"
This quick and easy-to-use chart compares candidates on 20+ issues!
Presidential Comparison Chart - English
2020 Guía para el Votante de la Elección Presidencial "Vota por tus creencias y valores"
Presidential Comparison Chart - Español
National Right to Life's Presidential Comparison Chart on Abortion
This chart compares Trump, Weld, Biden, Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg, Bloomberg, and Klobuchar on three important abortion issues.
PROPOSITION 13: VOTE NO!
Prop 13 Statewide Bond Issue - Massive $15 billion school and college facilities bond with a total estimated cost of $26 billion that we, our children and grandchildren will pay for over the next 35 years. Our Proposition Page has more details.
Howard Jarvis Tax Association clarifies: "The 'Proposition 13' on the March 3, 2020, ballot has nothing to do with the 1978 Proposition 13."
As of 2/12, my JUDGE PAGE includes Superior Court Judge recommendations for the following counties: Fresno, Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and San Diego. Judge recommendations in additional counties may be added soon. Note: Many counties do not have contested judge races on their ballots.
COUNTY VOTER GUIDES – recommendations and links to voter guides for all 58 counties.
Additional info is still being added to the county pages, so please check back if you don't find what you are looking for.
ROBYN'S IDEAS for Doing Your Own Research
POLITICAL PARTY PLATFORM COMPARISON
Family Research Council Video and Written Comparisons of 2016 Platforms
COMPARACIÓN DE PARTIDOS DE ACUERDO A SU PLATAFORMA OFICIAL Y CREENCIAS SEIS CUESTIONES CRÍTICAS - CLAVE BASADAS EN LA FÉ
HELPFUL VOTER INFORMATION
You can Check Status of Your Voter Registration here.
Important! Are You Registered "NO PARTY PREFENCE instead of Republican?"
For those of you 1) who are currently registered as, "No Party Preference," and 2) would like an opportunity to vote for the Republican Presidential Race and for the Republican central committee members in the March election (in addition to all the other races), you will need to re-register as "Republican" For more information on this topic, see "No Party Preference Information" Here.
Links to Every County Elections Office in CALIFORNIA
For Questions on Vote-By-Mail Ballots, Finding Voting Centers, Sample Ballots, Registering to Vote, etc.
You can find your voting center options on the back of your sample ballot.
IMPORTANT ELECTION DATES AND DEADLINES
February 18 – Deadline for Registering to Vote
If you've moved since the 2018 election (or turned 18 or got married and took your husband's surname), you need to register or re-register to vote. Your deadline to register to vote for this election is February 18. You must have your return - envelope paper registration form postmarked by this date, or you must register to vote online by 8pm.
Same Day Voter Registration (Conditional Voter Registration)
This is a "safety net" for Californians who miss the deadline to register to vote or update their voter registration information for an election.
If you wish to vote by mail, but haven't received a mail-in ballot, this is the deadline for your vote-by-mail application to be received by your county elections office. Find your county election office here.
March 3, 2020 California's Primary Election Day.
Physical polling places are open 7am to 8pm; vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked or dropped off at your designated polling place (see the back of your voter information guide or visit your county elections website)