Many of us are feeling like something very wrong has happened within our American Election System. If you feel that you wish to request a ballot and signature card AUDIT, you are well within your rights according to California law. In the attached letter, you will see the California Codes that list your rights as a citizen and voter. Please change the name and address in the letter to match your own information and for the county and race that you wish to call for a AUDIT on. Then, print out and mail the letter to your county recorder. A separate letter can be filled out if you would like to mail a request to the Secretary of State and request a ballot and signature card AUDIT for our U.S. Presidential race. You would fill in your own name and address in that one as the sample template shows.
According to California Election Law, we have to send in our formal requests after the election results have been certified by election officials. Our county registrars and the Secretary of State have thirty-one days after Nov. 3rd to do this. This date would be Dec. 4, 2020. Once they certify the votes, the clock starts and we have five days to submit our written requests. That would be the dates of Dec. 7, 2020 thru Dec. 11, 2020.
Thank you for standing up for our republic and for fair and honest election processes.
Thank you CA GOP Chairwoman Jessica Patterson!
"Denise Pedrow has the integrity, grace and knowledge to represent to 44th District in Sacramento. With her in office, I know that we will be one step closer to saving California and bringing back business to our state and community." Fmr. Congressman Steve Knight
"California has been dominated by one party for far too long and this has resulted in our state leading the nation in poverty, homelessness and debt. Our citizens are burdened with the highest taxes in the country and it is time for a change. I know Denise Pedrow will be a voice for all Californians to stand against the mismanagement of our current leadership. I fully endorse her for the California State Assembly. "-Rob McCoy
I was born and raised here in Southern California. Ventura county has been my home for 20 years. I come from a large Hispanic family with a strong tradition of community service. Many in my family have served in the military, law enforcement and the Los Angeles Fire Department. I have conservative and moderate values with a natural inclination towards compassion and action.
I fully support our men and women who work in Law Enforcement departments. I believe the answers are to be found in unity as a community and unity with our first responders. We must DEFEND and FUND MORE training and recruits into our law enforcement departments to help keep our communities and police/sheriff departments safe.
Funding "community groups" with millions of taxpayer dollars without any training or oversight is a recipe for corruption, violence and tyrannical rule in our communities. The law enforcement departments ALREADY have internal affairs departments that DO hold officers accountable if they overstep their authority.
My family and I have spent more than 31 years working in the construction industry to build affordable Senior and Multi-Family housing.
I don't believe that we need more regulations in California, we need to enforce the laws that we already have. We need to get rid of the recent laws that allow government overreach into our daily lives. More laws are being passed by the Sacramento Legislature that protect criminals and criminal behavior. This leads our communities into more turbulent and unsafe times.
It doesn't have to be this way. We need strong leaders who will uphold the United States Constitution and protect ALL of our rights as citizens of a free and powerful nation. We live in the most free land on earth, yet we are oppressed by our own Sacramento leaders. Our own leaders are tearing apart our foundation that has allowed California to become the 5th strongest economy in the world. I will fight to stop the Democratic agenda that is ruining our way of life.
We need balance back into our state legislature. The progressive left, Democrats and elite need to hear from the millions of regular people in California. We are the people who are standing up and saying a loud and clear "NO" to overregulation, oppressive taxes, running families and businesses out of our state and making laws that do nothing to protect our lives, our children and our property.
Support Denise Pedrow for Assembly to help bring back balance and accountability to our state government.
Camarillo City Hall-601 Carmen Dr. #6034. Outdoor Box. Hours: 24/7
Camarillo Sheriff's Dept.-3701 Las Posas Rd. Indoor Box. Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Courtyard by Marriott-4994 Verdugo Way, Camarillo. Indoor Box. Hours: 24/7
Residence Inn by Marriott-2912 Petit St. Camarillo. Indoor Box. Hours: 24/7
Moorpark City Hall-799 Moorpark Ave. Moorpark, Outdoor Box. Hours: 24/7
Ventura County Fire Station #32-830 South Reino Rd, Newbury Park. Outdoor Box. Hours: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
La Quinta Inn-1320 Newbury Road. Newbury Park. Indoor Box. Hours: 24/7
Ventura Fire Station #35- 751 Mitchell Rd. Newbury Park, Outdoor Box. Hours: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Oak Park Unified School District-5801 Conifer St. Oak Park. Outdoor Box. Hours: M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Habitat for Humanity-ReStore-1850 Eastman Ave. Oxnard. Indoor Box. Hours: M-F 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Harbor Mart-2810 Harbor Blvd. #B3, Oxnard. Indoor Box. Hours: M-Sun 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Oxnard Public Library-251 South A Street, Oxnard. Outdoor Box. Hours: 24/7
River Ridge Golf Club-2401 West Vineyard Ave. Oxnard. Indoor Box. Hours: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Ventura County Credit Union at The Collection at RiverPark Office - 691 Town Center Dr. Oxnard. Indoor Box. Hours M-F 10: 00 am - 5:00 pm and Sat 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Ventura County Human Services Agency-1400 Vanguard Dr. Oxnard . Outdoor Box. Hours: M-F 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Port Hueneme City Hall: 250 North Ventura Rd. Port Hueneme. Outdoor Box. Hours: 24/7
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Conejo Valley Unified School District - 1400 East Janns Road, Thousand Oaks. Outdoor Box. Hours: M-F 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thousand Oaks City Hall - 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks. Outdoor Box. Hours: 24/7
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