Conservative Election Recommendations

Robyn Nordell's Conservative California Election Website

Extensive Recommendations & Voter Guides for the
Tuesday, November 8, 2016 California General Election

ELECTION COVERAGE / RESULTS For the November 8, 2016 Presidential Election
Robyn Nordell's Conservative California Election Website

For the November 8, 2016 California General Election

Take 3 Minutes to Remember Why Your Vote Matters!
VIDEO: Vote for the Country You Want / Stoplight
Family Policy Alliance

Voter Guides & Voter Info for ALL California Counties
Some counties are covered more extensively than others.
We will continue to post county-specific info as it becomes available.

We will continue to add additional proposition resources as they become available.

JUDGE Recommendations for counties which have contested judge elections

Non-Partisan Voting Guides & Voting Resources which are suitable for churches
Tips & Resources for doing your own research
Pastors Guidelines for Political/Legislative Activities, and more

Robyn Nordell's Conservative Orange County Voter Guide – PRINTABLE
For the November 8, 2016 CA General Election
(Updated 11/4/16)

ORANGE COUNTY Voter guides from these conservative sources:
Nancy Sandoval, Craig Alexander, Senator John Moorlach, Kathy Dittner, Scott Peotter, and more



Robyn consulted numerous sources/advisors in the process of making her recommendations. Some of the candidates on her recommendation list are excellent. Some, however, are just the best of the available options. Her recommendations do not imply support for every position, statement or behavior of a candidate.

PRESIDENT: Donald Trump

My Vote For Trump is a Vote To Block Hillary Clinton, and the harm that will be done by her Liberal Progressive Political Agenda, her Advisors and her Appointments. It goes without saying that both Presidential candidates are tremendously flawed. Donald Trump was not my choice of primary candidate. However, we only have two viable options.

Donald Trump has chosen an excellent conservative running mate in Governor Mike Pence and has some good advisors (Hillary has neither.). The next President may appoint up to 3 or 4 US Supreme court justices, as well as hundreds of other judicial and federal appointments that will impact the future of this nation for decades to come. Trump has listed 11 superb potential US Supreme Court nominees-Hillary's nominees will be liberal progressive. For more information on the extreme dangers of a Hillary Clinton presidency, check out these sources below.

10/3/16 - FRC Action Blog: A Hillary Clinton Presidency: The Radical Revolution, by Sarah Perry, Oct. 3, 2016
This is a well-researched public policy piece on what a Clinton Presidency would look like.

10-15-16 Mark Thiessen: Hillary Clinton is a threat to religious liberty

10/14/16 FOX News: "Newt Gingrich: Hillary's Dangerous Dream of Open Borders"

I agree with Franklin Graham who says: "There's no question, Trump and Clinton scandals might be news for the moment, but who they appoint to the Supreme Court will remake the fabric of our society for our children and our grandchildren, for generations to come."

ROBYN'S COMMENTS ON U.S. SENATE RACE: No Recommendation; just some thoughts:

Both US Senate candidates are Progressive Democrats (very liberal). Neither candidate is pro-life or pro-family. As CA Secretary of State, Kamala Harris failed to uphold the will of more than 8 million California voters when she and Gov. Brown refused to defend Proposition 8 (marriage between a man and a woman). Loretta Sanchez is slightly more conservative and possibly easier to unseat in a future election.

Recommendations for California's 17 Statewide Propositions from Robyn and numerous conservative sources.


YES on only 3 Propositions: Prop 53; Prop 54; Proposition 66

NO on all the rest: 51; 52; 55; 56; 57; 58; 59; 60; 61; 62; 63; 64; 65; and 67
(There is a split among conservatives on Proposition 52 – both sides make good points.)

Robyn's Judge Page contains direct recommendations for counties which will have Contested Superior Court Races on the November 8, 2016 ballot. (Alameda, Kern, LA, Marin, San Bernardino, and San Francisco) You'll also find ideas for researching judicial races.

This page includes helpful research tips plus a variety of research links.