Resolution 2023-09B - The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee, resolved:
Congressman Matt Gaetz of Florida has drafted legislation to defund Special Counsel Jack Smith, who has used bad faith and initiated fabricated prosecutions of the
45th President Donald Trump aimed to prevent him from running for President in 2024;
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy of California has indicated his willingness to open impeachment proceedings concerning Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, who has
led the rogue prosecutions and injustices perpetrated against Donald Trump
Attorney General Merrick B. Garland has protected and prevented any serious prosecutions of the Biden family, despite massive amounts of serious, documented violations reported from whistleblowers to the Department of Justice as well as Oversight Hearings by duly authorized Committees of the US Congress
Press reports (never denied as recent as March 2023 in the New York Times) reported that Joe Biden personally told his advisors that Donald Trump should be prosecuted for his role in the events of Jan. 6, 2021
The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee
Calls upon the U.S. House and U.S. Senate to approve the legislation put forward by Rep. Gaetz to defund the Special Counsel Jack Smith, as well as giving full support to Speaker Kevin McCarthy to initiate impeachment hearings against Merrick Garland for acting in a blatantly partisan way that threatens to desecrate our founding principles of justice and replace them with a system that closely resembles a totalitarian system of a dictatorship.
Encourages other California Republican Party County Central Committees to pass similar resolutions.
Calls for this resolution to be sent to Representative Matt Gaetz, Speaker Kevin McCarthy, other members of the California Congressional delegation, and relevant Press.
Resolution 2023-09A - The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee, resolved:
- The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA) has made available the official petition to the Repeal the Death Tax initiative on the November 2024 ballot.
This important initiative will restore the ability of parents to transfer their home and a limited amount of other property to their children without any change to the property tax bill.
- It will restore the same rights for grandparents if the children's parents are deceased.
- The constitutional rights that Californians had for decades were taken away by Proposition 19, which passed narrowly in 2020
Voters were told that Prop. 19 was a protection for wildfire victims and for seniors who wanted to move to a new home. Prop. 19 was the largest property tax increase in California history,
- The Repeal the Death Tax initiative will restore the protections that Prop. 19 took away and will not change the other parts of Prop. 19
- It will be retroactive, meaning people whose property was reassessed for a parent-child transfer will be able to get their property's original trended base-year value (under Prop. 13) back again, as if the reassessment had not taken place.
The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee
- Fully supports the Repeal the Death Tax effort.
Urges [everyone] to visit the RepealTheDeathTax.com website to download the Petition and to share it widely to reach the goal of one million signatures by January 16, 2024.
- Defends our rights as Californians for private property, to help families build [economic] security for the next generation and to work towards a more efficient, less intrusive government.
Resolution 2023-05C. The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee, resolved:
- The Federal Reserve has been an instrument of economic control and a general impediment to real development of the nation since its founding in 1913, and
- The economic and banking crisis we are in now, accelerating since the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, is largely the result of bad policies of the Federal Reserve, which will not be corrected by its current strategy of raising interest rates, and
- The United States (U.S.) has in its history an alternative, Constitutional method of successful credit generation for productive enterprises, namely National Banking, as pioneered by Alexander Hamilton, and later used by Abraham Lincoln, and
- Proposals to move the U.S. to Central Bank Digital Currency would do nothing to improve the physical economy of the nation, but would allow violation of citizens' basic rights of privacy,
The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee calls on the California Congressional delegation to introduce legislation to end the Federal Reserve and replace it with a National Bank with a gold-reserve standard, as we had between 1944 and 1971, and that no Central Bank Digital Currency be allowed.
Resolution 2023-05B. The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee, resolved:
[Refer to Statewide Resolution CAGOP-2023 on this web page]
- The Republican National Committee in Dana Point, California on January 27, 2023 unanimously resolved to: "Officially Oppose Ranked-Choice Voting Across the Country and called on Congress, state legislators, and voters to oppose Ranked-Choice Voting in every locality and level of government and return elections to easier systems that worked for centuries for fair and transparent elections”; and
- The California Republican Party (CAGOP) Convention in Sacramento on March 12, 2023 unanimously passed a Resolution, authored and submitted by Mark Zulim (Member: Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee): “The CAGOP opposes the use of Ranked-Choice Voting in California elections and is committed to increasing voter's confidence in California's election process through easier and transparent systems that worked since California was founded”; and
- Ranked-Choice Voting is now being rejected because it increases election distrust, voter suppression, and disenfranchisement, eliminates the historic political party system, and put elections in the hands of expensive election schemes that increase costs for taxpayers, and depend exclusively on confusing technology and unelected bureaucrats to manage it; and
- After more than a decade the Ranked-Choice Voting experiment has failed nationally causing much voter frustration and disenfranchisement and cannot be ignored any longer and even egregious is the fact it has not fully met the fundamental right of “one-person one-vote” in that a very high rate of what is called “exhausted ballots” and “suspended ballots” are always present, which means many votes are not counted within the final tabulation in determining the winner; and
- Hundreds of municipalities and counties nationally, including in California, have wasted millions of dollars to educate the public in how Ranked-Choice Voting works, yet they continue to experience an unacceptable and very high rate of ballot errors again and again, and the full negative effects of voter disenfranchisement caused by the use of Ranked-Choice Voting is immeasurable nationally, including within Alameda County; and
- In California with the most recent fiasco found in the Oakland, Alameda County for the November 8, 2022 races where numerous errors were noted causing several elections after their certification to undergo costly corrections, which included the overturning of the results for the City of Oakland, Oakland Unified School District, District #4 and now costly legal suits are pending;
The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee opposes the use of Ranked-Choice Voting in its Districts and is committed to increasing voter’s confidence in the election process and is committed to work with each municipality, all levels of government, various groups of all parties, and all citizens to: educate, train, and directly oppose inferior voting schemes such as Ranked-Choice Voting.
Resolution 2023-05A. The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee, resolved:
- Violent crime and drug use are major problems in most parts of Alameda County, and
- Newly elected Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price has explicitly stated her intention to “disrupt the system” by relaxing law enforcement and sentencing of convicted criminals, and
- District Attorney Price has either fired, put on leave, or transferred as many as twenty-five prosecutors, including many of the top-rank prosecutors capable of handling complex cases, as well as firing two top investigators, this in a department that was already understaffed, and
- District Attorney Price has created an unhealthy environment in the D.A.'s office, with seasoned attorneys worried about what they say or do in the courtroom or in the office that may end their career, and
- While it is granted that the epidemic of crime and drug use is a multi-faceted problem that will not be solved merely by longer prison sentences, nevertheless, enforcement of the laws and jail time is an indispensable part of the solution, and
- District Attorney Price received significant advertisement donations from California Justice and Public Safety PAC, a funding front for George Soros, a billionaire who is trying to reshape American society through his promotion of drug legalization and soft-on-crime District Attorneys across the country.
The Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee endorses the growing movement to recall Pamela Price as Alameda County District Attorney.