4 Powerful, Little Known Things You Should Know About California’s Recall [See Video of My Speech With Larry Elder]

Craig HueyCurrent Events, Election, Election Results, Politics2 Comments

America is watching the California Recall.

The Democrat socialists are in a panic.

Here are 4 powerful things you should know about this recall election.

1. Larry Elder and I spoke on voter fraud. 2,400 people watched this. You must see what I said to Larry.

You can see the video HERE.

2. The recall has implications that impact not only California but the nation.

The 2022 election will be impacted. Socialist legislation in Washington will be impacted.

It can have a tsunami effect across the country even for the 2024 Presidential race.

3. In California, the socialist Democrats created a corrupt system to vote that includes:

  • Mailing in your ballot, even on Tuesday
  • Registering to vote and voting, even on Tuesday

That’s right, same-day registration and voting.

That’s why you still have time to contact friends and relatives in California to get them to vote.

Even if they aren’t registered, they can vote.

4. Here are my instructions for voting:

1. Go to the voter guide by clicking HERE.

2. In order to vote, first make sure you’re registered. Registering to vote is easy and quick! You can register in one of two ways:

1.       Register beforehand online! To do so, just click HERE and you’ll be redirected to registertovote.ca.gov.

REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE

2.       Register in person at an early voting center or even on Election Day when you visit your local voting center. It will only take a few seconds to get you all signed up! Click HERE to find your local voting center.

FIND YOUR VOTING CENTER 

If you have received your ballot in the mail already, here’s what you need to do:

1.       First, fill it out….

It’s important that you first vote YES on Question #1 to recall Gavin Newsom before you cast your vote for a new governor.

2.       Then, sign the envelope included, and put it back in your mailbox or visit your local post office before the 14th to make sure it gets postmarked in time. (Ballots cannot be post-marked after the 14th) You can also drop it off a voting center on election day or even early in some locations.

If you or the postal service lost your ballot, here is what to do now to vote:

If you can’t find your ballot or have not received one, visit your local voting center – which can be located by clicking HERE. Please note that in some counties, early in-person voting is available right not if you don’t want to wait until election day.

Check with your voting center.

FIND YOUR VOTING CENTER             

For the sake of our values and even our religious freedoms, we cannot let Gavin Newsom stay in power. Please make sure to stand up and cast your vote in the recall election by Sept. 14.

What do you think? Let me know at craig@electionforum.org.

2 Comments on “4 Powerful, Little Known Things You Should Know About California’s Recall [See Video of My Speech With Larry Elder]”

  1. Hi Craig,

    I received my ballot early and voted early I even asked the Election Registrar to confirm receipt of my ballot and I got the confirmation. And was even told my vote was counted.

    I was contacting the Election Registrar, every time there is an election, to be sure that my vote is counted.

    Thanks for the info, appreciate it.

    Pilar

  2. A friend and I took our ballots to the City Hall ballot box and we watched as two firemen dropped them in for us. And we have had verification that our votes for Larry Elder have been counted.

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