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RTPP Straw Poll Results May 29

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See the Actual results Here San Benardino Registrar of Voters

Governor:
Tim Donnelly, R, 73
Neel Kashkari, R, 1
Jerry Brown, D, 1

Secretary of State:
Dan Schnur, Independent, 7
Pete Peterson, R, 73
Alex Padilla, D, 1

Superintendent of Public Instruction: (non partisan)
Lydia Gutierrez, 81,
Tom Torklakson, 1
Marshall Tuck, 1

Controller:
Ashley Swearengin, R, 74
David Evans, D, 8
John Perez, D, 2

State Board of Equalization, District 1:
George Runner, R, 69

State Board of Equalization, District 4:
Diane Harkey, R, 73
John Kelly, R, 3
Lewis Da Silva, R, 1

8th US Congress District:
Paul Cook, R, 40
Bob Conaway, R, 9
Paul Hannosh, R, 14

31st Congressional District: 
Lesli Gooch, R, 58
Paul Chabot, R, 22

36th Congressional District:
Roy Haynes, R, 4
Brian Nestande, R, 52

33rd State Assembly:
Michelle Ambrozic, R, 46
Art Bishop, R, 2
Jerry Laws, R, 1
Jay Obernolte, R, 9
Brett Savage, R, 1
Rick Roelle ,  R,  1

 

 

40th State Assembly:
Marc Steinorth, R, 68
(no one else got votes)

42nd Assembly District:
Gary Jeandron, R, 8
Chad Mayes, R, 57

52nd Assembly District:
Dorothy Pineda, R, 52
Freddie Rodriquez, D, 1

55th Assembly District:
Ling-Ling Chang, R, 43
Phillip Chen, R, 3
Steve Tye, R, 4

SB County District Attorney:
Grover Merritt, 73
Michael Ramos, 8

SB County Sheriff:
Paul Schrader, 68
John McMahon, 11

SB County Board of Supervisors, 2nd District:
Randy Beasley, 30
Janice Rutherford, 18

SB County Board of Supervisors, District 4:
Curt Hageman, 24
Gary Ovitt ,   12
Negrete McLeod, 1

John Wayne, 1
CT Snell, 1

Prop 41:
YES, 11
NO, 72

Prop 42:
YES, 42
NO, 11

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Read This Before You Vote!

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Resistance to Tyrants

Courtesy Gordan Runyan quoted from his book “RESISTANCE TO TYRANTS”

God bless America, land that I love. As of this day, July 26, 2012, these things are true in the “Land of the Free.”

Kids have had their lemonade stands shut down for lack of a proper business license.
Farmers have been arrested for selling raw milk to their neighbors.
The President maintains a personally-written “kill list,” a roll of names he has approved for summary assassination. The government admits that at least one American citizen has been put to death on the authorization of this list, without anything like a trial, due process of law, or even a warrant.
The new NDAA law, passed with strong, bipartisan support, gives the President the authority to have American citizens arrested and spirited away to prison, and detained indefinitely, without a trial or judicial oversight, on the suspicion of potential terrorism. Not actual terrorism. Suspicion.
For the sake of “protecting the public,” agents of the TSA take naked-scan images of airline passengers and perform invasive grope-down searches randomly, searching the panties on little girls with their hands for explosives.

The Patriot Act allows federal agents to write their own search warrants, and authorize their own wiretapping operations against American citizens, completely bypassing 4th Amendment guarantees to judicial review, and the requirement for probable cause.

A section of the Marine Corps is bcing trained in domestic law enforcement. Think about that for a moment.
The FBI has admitted to hatching terror plots against the United Statcs; then recruiting, funding, equipping, and training the would-be terrorists in these plots; and then stopping in at the last moment to arrest their co-conspirators, for the sake of being able to claim they are keeping America safe.

A judge in New Mexico has ordered a professional photography company to provide their private services to a same-sex couple getting married, though the company had tried to assert its free association rights and refuse their services for religious reasons.

A swarm of unelected bureaucrats blankets the land, sent out like a plague of locusts by the great god, EPA, to enforce laws and levy fines on property owners, rules which are practically made up on the spot, capricious laws which haven’t come from Congress but still have the power to strip a citizen of livelihood and property.

The feds have bcgun building the Utah Data Center, which, by their own admission, is a gigantic project designed to capture and screen every single piece of electronic communication generated in the US.

The feds also admit to a plan to put up to 3,000 spy drones in the skies over America by 2020, not to foil any act in particular, but simply to keep watch on what the people are doing down there.

In its ruling on Obamacare this summer, the Supreme Court has agreed that the Federal government has an unlimited power to tax its citizens, even if those “taxes” amount to penalties applied to people who don’t
want to purchase products the government tells them to purchase.

And, finally, to this day unborn babies are murdered in America at a rate of about a million and a half each year, and this is done with the official sanction of the Federal government.

We’ll stop here for now, but I wonder if your blood is boiling yet, Christian patriot?
There are two additional thoughts about this list that are especially aggravating. For one: This list is pitifully incomplete. Space and time prevent us from documenting the government’s daily transgressions against the
Constitution and against the liberties which that ignored document preserves to American citizens. That would be a huge and ever-expanding book all by itself. We’ve only hit some highlights. In fact, I’ve only included things that are out in the open. We all might have trouble sleeping at night if we knew the things they’d rather keep secret.

Courtesy Gordan Runyan quoted from his book “RESISTANCE TO TYRANTS”

Tim Donnelly Joining Redlands Tea Party Patriots for May 31 Door Knocking

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly announced Wednesday that he is “proud” to be joining the Redlands Tea Party Patriots for their last primary election canvassing on May 31.
“I am proud to be joining the Redlands Tea Party Patriots to walk door to door on Saturday May 31st to spread our message of freedom as we try to unite the people of California and stand for right versus wrong,” the leading Republican candidate said in a written statement.
Donnelly’s door-knocking in Redlands is the first of three he will participate in Southern California on the last Saturday before the June 3 primary. The other walks are in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
The Redlands walk begins at 10 a.m. in the back parking lot of the Mill Creek Cattle Co., 1874 Mentone Blvd., in Mentone. Donnelly will appear with his campaign bus before canvassing.
The Redlands Tea Party Patriots will provide training and water to the volunteers before sending them into conservative-heavy precincts in the Redlands area. Canvassers will have the option to walk in pairs and will be asked to knock on about 50 homes.
They will be asked to distribute Redlands Tea Party Patriots voter guides as well as campaign literature for conservative candidates and causes the group supports. The packet includes The California Conservative, a four-page newspaper detailing Donnelly’s background, positions, endorsements and accomplishments.
“There are thousands joining us across this state, walking to places where conservatives haven’t been in years to bring us all together for the fight, and I will be right there every step with you,” Donnelly said.
Since January, the Redlands Tea Party Patriots have knocked on more than 2,000 homes in the Redlands area, said John Berry, canvassing director for the Redlands Tea Party Patriots.
“People like to be asked for their votes,” Berry said. “And door knocking is how elections are won.”
Numerous candidates have participated in previous Redlands Tea Party walks, Berry said. But Donnelly joining the May 31 canvassing is the first time a gubernatorial candidate has helped the Redlands Tea Party Patriots knock on doors, he said.
Donnelly, pegged as the leading Republican gubernatorial candidate in recent election polls, stressed he will win in November.
“I want our state back, I want our freedom back; I want my sons to have the same opportunity that I had to pursue the California dream without leaving the state of California to do it,” Donnelly said. “We are going to take back this state one house at a time if we have to.”