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
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 [email protected] to let us know. - Thanks, Hugh
Thank you Conservatives for Voting ! We nearly doubled votes for Republicans than we had registered. More than half of the "Decline to State" ("No Party Preference") appeared to vote for our Republican candidates. THANK YOU !
We had an unexpected high turnout compared to prior elections. Nearly half the ballots arrived by mail in the final week. Of that Alameda County population, races for partisan offices were breaking approximately 70% Democrat to 30% Republican.
We could certainly use all the conservative voters we can muster. Please re-register as Republican to encourage candidates to run in this heavily tilted Blue County. As a Republican, you can help us select those candidates in the March 2022 Primary.
UPDATE . . . . RESULTS as of 5pm 11/10/2020:
Returns are updated as county process vote-by-mail and provisional during the 30-day canvass period. There are 9,400 mail-in ballots left to count
An increase from 38% (as counted on election night) to 79% of eligible voters cast ballots (5% of which voted at the polls).
This is an unexpected high turnout compared to prior elections. Nearly half the ballots arrived by mail in the final week.
There was a minor bump up of percentiles for Republicans as they counted through the mail-in ballots sent in the week of the election.