Election integrity, voter identification on Ramona Tea’d agenda

The Election Integrity Solution and the Voter Identification Ballot Initiative will be discussion topics at the Ramona Tea’d forum on Sept. 28.

Guest speakers will be Ruth Weiss of the Election Integrity Project and Elise Richmond, a conservative radio talk show Host.

Weiss has an English and Spanish language teaching background with a respect for U.S. history. After retirement she became interested in voter fraud and wanted to do something to make a difference within the election process and is now the San Diego County coordinator and state vice president of education and training in the Election Integrity Project.

Richmond, who has an education background in English, speech and German, later began a career in financial planning and is now host of “The Elise Richmond Show; Conservatively Speaking, of Course.”

All are welcome. Admission is free.

Ramona Tea’d’s monthly forums are in Ramona Mainstage, 626 Main St. Doors open at 11 a.m., and the program begins at noon. Food and drinks are available.

Ramona Tea’d is a pro-Constitution citizen’s action group. For more information, see www.ramonatead.com.

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3 Comments for “Election integrity, voter identification on Ramona Tea’d agenda”

  1. RenFaiz

    Right wing fanatics

    • John Stockton

      I suppose anybody who believes that proof of citizenship as a prerequisite to vote is a right wing fanatic in your eyes? If so, you have obviously not heard the Mexican commercials on many of our radio stations. In Mexico an original birth certificate is required to obtain a voter ID card. No voter ID card when you show up at the polls in Mexico, no vote. By your logic, Mexico is full of right wing fanatics. I have a suggestion; do some research and apply some logic to the facts before you make an ill-informed and ignorant post.

  2. CA Smith

    Thanks, John. This is a statement that needs to be repeated often. Voter fraud is a real problem in this country, and voter ID would make a significant step toward solving the problem. Any of those who speak against voter ID are just trying to sustain fraud, whether they know it or not.

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