How to Vote Your Values–California Readers Alert [Video]

Craig HueyElection, Election Forum Homepage, Election Recommendations, Election Results11 Comments

Craig Speaking at Calvary Chapel Cost Mesa

Craig Huey has given an Election Forum at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa and more than 400 churches

For California readers, the voting by mail has started and the June 7th primary is coming up quickly.

Do you know whom to vote for U.S. Senate, the judges, on the propositions, and the other seats?

There are two things you should do:

  1. Come to our Election Forum if you are close. Listen to my analysis on the upcoming races … and I’d love to meet you in person!

I will be speaking in the following churches:

Calvary Chapel, North Long Beach

5722 Lime Ave, Long Beach, CA 90805

Phone: (562) 423-0447

Date: Sunday, May 22nd    8:30 and 10:30am, Election Forum at 6pm


Calvary Chapel Inland

5383 Martin St, Jurupa Valley, CA 91752

Phone:(951) 681-1092

Date: May 29th, 8:30am, 10:30am, 1pm


Journey of Faith

1243 Artesia Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Phone: (310) 372-4641

Date: June 5th, 12:30pm


Crescenta Valley Church

4001 La Crescenta Avenue, La Crescenta, CA 91214

Phone: 818-249-5805

Date: June 5th, 6pm-8pm

To find out about the upcoming Election Forums, click here.

  1. Go to our website for our recommendations. From Northern California to San Diego, all our recommendations are now online.

You can see them from this link.

You can see our church video here:

Tell your friends. Post them on Facebook. Take these recommendations to the polls.

Let me know if you have any other questions. Email me at

11 Comments on “How to Vote Your Values–California Readers Alert [Video]”

  1. For me I do not want videos for information. I want recommendations on issues and candidates in writing so I can save them and refer to them as I study my ballot. That is what I appreciate.

  2. I very much appreciate your being in the public square but respectfully it seems to me that you are losing who you want to attract. People want to see clear, quick, easy to digest information, not a video that doesn’t get to the point quickly. Your audience is on your page, we mostly agree with your politics, but I feel folks will not come back to a page that has tiny thin type and requires videos instead of direct answers and ‘what to do’ information. Please provide the basics of what you promote, then invite visitors to your page to view the video for additional content if they want – – or you will lose your audience. Again, thank you this suggestion is to help you spread the good word. Please.

  3. On former years you gave valuable information forcandidates and issues and judges.
    You listed them with one thum or two thums or three thums up. It was so easy to figure out.
    Why did you change? I am 86 years old and cannot get to your church events to get the answers I need. I still like to vote. I still need your advice.

  4. If you folks above would take a moment to look around the website and pay attention before jumping to criticize and complain you would find what you were looking for. In fact the “thumbs up” system has been greatly improved with a 5 star system. Simply click on HOME at the top of this page and IMMEDIATLY on the splash page at the very top is the LINK that says “CLICK HERE FOR VOTER GUIDE RECCOMENDATIONS”. That will take you to your particular county choice for the 5 star ratings for your particular districts in your county and any county issues. Of interest below, is that on the home page, there is a “presidential central” LINK which I think is a fairly accurate analysis.

  5. I don’t usually post comments but I was really surprised to see the site criticized! Thank you Randy for directing these little lost sheep. I was a little lost at first till I looked around and actually read the links and found just what I was looking for. Hopefully the others will find it too. I like the 5 star system!

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