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    Jan 17 rallies not touted as peaceful

    I am preaching to the choir here, but I post for anyone else seeking our website for confirmation whether upcoming 1/17 rallies are Republican sponsored.  They are not so sponsored.  There is nationwide attempts to rally in a violent way at the State Capitals (or at least some of them) this Sunday.   There  has already been a conservative rally in Tracy on 1/2 and in Sacramento on 1/6.   The proposed new rallies are laced with terms of vengeance and physical conflict.   I discourage promoting a violent clash of any sort.  The upcoming rallies are not advertised as peaceable assemblies.  This data comes too late for our Central Committee to vote on a group-worded blog, so I can only speak for myself as sub-chairman of the AD-16 area (Tri-Valley).  

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  • New Year’s Resolution: Recall Newsom

    Some New Year’s Day good news!  It is highly likely that Governor Gavin Newsom will face a special recall election this November.  Over 900,000 California residents have signed the petition to recall the governor.  On 12/31, the Los Angeles Times pulled back the curtain on Governor Newsom’s relationship with Sacramento lobbyist Jason Kinney.  It was Kinney’s recent birthday party at the French Laundry that increased momentum for the recall effort.  See:  https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-12-31/questions-linger-newsom-french-laundry-lobbyist?_amp=true

    Adding your name to the recall is easy!  Download the 8.5 by 11 version of the petition, watch the short instruction video, print it, and mail it in.  You can add four of your like minded friends to the same document (if same county).  See:  https://recallgavin2020.com/petition/

    Happy New Year!   Doug Miller, ACRP Vice Chairman

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  • So Much for the Big Blue Wave!

    It is hard to remember but less than two months ago the mainstream media was running numerous stories about “the big blue wave” that would sweep Republicans out to sea.  Instead, Republicans picked up 14 congressional seats including three in California!  And now Nancy Pelosi is fighting to maintain her position as Speaker of the House.

    If you are a California Republican, there is reason to be optimistic.  We have just seen that vulnerable California Democrats can be defeated.  After the election, the far-left website Axios published a detailed story about Mr. Swalwell’s ties to a Chinese Communist spy.  In fairness to Swalwell, he was not only Bay Area Democrat who was targeted by this foreign agent.  However, he was the only targeted Democrat who serves on the House Intelligence Committee.

    Eric Swalwell was also the first Democrat to drop out of the 2020 Presidential Primary because he attracted so little interest.

    Is this Democrat congressman now vulnerable?  The answer is up to us.  In the next few months, we need to keep this issue alive by writing letters to the local press, attending Mr. Swalwell’s public events to ask him questions, search for competitive candidates and register Republicans to vote in 2022. 

    And think about this:  Does Congressman Swalwell really represent his voters in the East Bay?  When was the last time Mr. Swalwell talked about local issues like crime, transportation, and the high cost of living is this area?  And does Mr. Swalwell still live in his district?

    I suggest that he can and should be replaced in 2022.  -  Doug Miller, ACRP Vice Chairman

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  • Run, Conservatives, Run

    No, not run away, but run for office! We need to build up our “Farm Team” of conservatives with experience whom we can vote in for County and State Offices. This training ground often starts at Citizen panels, City Councils, School Site Committees, School Boards, Water and Park Districts. If you have a passion for schools , parks, or your local city, start by regularly attending existing meetings of such committees and boards. That prepares you to be up on the front table behind the microphone when YOU get elected! Your volunteering for local governing committees and boards gives us reasons to push your name forward for higher office. So, papa, do run run! (OK, that dates me. LOL!) - Harry Briley, AD16, Republican Central Committee

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  • Members and Alternates Dues

    Please pay your dues for 2021 so you will be able to vote. - The easiest way to do this is to go here and pay your $52 regular member dues or $26 alternate member dues: https://secure.anedot.com/acgop/donate -  When you do this, please ALSO send an email to treasurer@alamedagop.org to let us know. - Thanks,  Hugh

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    to all elected Republicans in Alameda, shame on you if you support the proposed revised health care bill. You don’t have a ounce of compassion in your body if you take care away from those that need it the most. To cut “billions” over the next 10 years from Medicaid only proves that you are selfish and prove you have no intention to make America great again for “all” only some. If health care workers treated you the way you treat others, you would finally understand. Your lack of compassion is pathetic.