The June 5th election created quite a stir in California. Election Integrity Project California is being contacted by voters who are experiencing a variety of emotions: confusion, distress, frustration, disgust, and rage.

The Los Angeles situation was the most publicized of the disturbing events connected with the June 5 election, but many counties experienced troubling circumstances. Any event that confuses and potentially disenfranchises even one legitimate voter can affect the validity of an election. This is the link that will give you an idea of what happened:

  • The fiasco in LA County not only disenfranchised LA County citizens; it also impacted the statewide races.
  • If you or someone you know was impacted by the LA County issue or any issue in your county that caused you concern, please take this opportunity to provide a Citizen Incident Statement to EIPCa so that we can provide them to attorneys.
Click on the following for Citizen Incident Statement and Citizen Incident Statement Instructions.
  • You may send the PDF versions of the Citizen Incident Statement and Instructions to your distribution list. Your volunteers will send the completed reports directly to the EIPCa Office.
  • We are on a tight time schedule so please ask everyone to take quick action if they want their experience to be included in the Statements we send to the attorneys.

Please feel free to call if you questions or concerns.
Linda Paine 661-313-5251




Recent EIPCa and National News

Questions and Concerns about Counting the Ballots
Was my vote received? Did my vote count? Was the election "rigged"? What can I do?

These and other questions are coming in to EIPCa hard and fast. We have been programmed to expect results in an instant, and for websites to give us immediate answers to everything we want to know.

BUT...If we want ACCURATE vote counts while greater and greater numbers of us vote by mail or provisionally, there is no choice but to wait. Let's consider these questions:
.... Click here to read more.

The Perfect Storm: Legislation that weakens the Integrity of CA Elections
"It is enough that the people know there was an election." J. Stalin
- Updated May 22, 2018

The Constitutions of all 50 states clearly mandate that voting is not a universal right, but a privilege given ONLY to legal citizens. California's election code guarantees every registered citizen ONE, privately cast, uninfluenced vote.
.... Click here to go to article

The Problem of Securing Our Elections Has Been Solved.
Now Will the Politicians Do It?
- Updated on March 31, 2018

EIPCa agrees that the only way to ensure the integrity of the vote is to ensure that voters can ensure that their intentions are in fact what is recorded. We also believe that the only way to ensure integrity in the electoral process to have citizen watchdog groups like the Election Integrity Project California have the right to observe every aspect of the electoral process, to ask questions and to receive answers like we do in the deep blue state of California. What is appalling is that most states actually prevent citizens from doing this by requiring permission from the political parties to observe their own electoral process.
.... Click here to go to article

Governor of sanctuary state signs major voter registration law - March 20, 2018

As goes CA, so goes the rest of the nation!! It isn't taking long!!!! This "forced" registration is SO wrong. Citizens in every state must take action and force their legislators to end this assault on America's sovereignty. If non-citizens, who have NO allegiance to America can vote, the dissolution of the American citizens' vote becomes embedded in the electoral process!
.... Click here to go to article

Landmark Legal Files Complaint with Dept. of Justice
and Homeland Security
- February 18, 2018

Election Integrity Project California, Inc.(EIPCa) is excited to announce that Landmark Legal Foundation has filed a four-page letter to the Dept. of Justice and the Dept. of Homeland Security requesting that they immediately investigate the State of California's failure to ensure its voter rolls are accurate.
.... read more... (download pdf)

Update on Judicial Watch Lawsuit Against Los Angeles County and the State of California - February 21, 2018

Election Integrity Project California announces the following update with respect to our joint lawsuit with Judicial Watch:

Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) requires states to identify and remove ineligible voters from their voter rolls. Citing Section 8(i), Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) sent a letter to the California Secretary of State and the Los Angeles County Registrar, among others, asking for "all pertinent records concerning 'the implementation of programs and activities conducted for the purpose of ensuring the accuracy and currency' of California's official eligible voter lists during the past 2 years."
.... read more... (download pdf)

sanctuary laws Trump administration sues California over sanctuary laws
- By The New York Times | | PUBLISHED: March 6, 2018 at 6:45 pm | UPDATED: March 6, 2018 at 7:44 pm (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, file)

WASHINGTON - The Trump administration escalated what had been a war of words over California's immigration agenda, filing a lawsuit late Tuesday that amounted to a pre-emptive strike against the liberal state's so-called sanctuary laws.......... click here to read article

San Fran: City With MOST OUT-MIGRATION in Nation - California Political Review - By Stephen Frank - March 6, 2018

San Fran not only has the highest taxes, cost of living and housing, now it can be known that it is the American city with among the most LEAVING it......... click here to read article

Governor Jerry Brown proposes upgrades to CA voting systems in all 58 counties in the 2018-2019 state budget. - StateTech Magazine - by Eric Cunningham - January 26, 2018

States and localities recognize vulnerabilities of outdated systems after 2016 presidential election........ click here to read article