byon November 23, 2021
On November 18th, there was an anti-police riot on the University of California, Davis, campus. A group called UC Davis Cops off Campus led the riot, which involved vandalism, threats, intimidation, and the use of a smoke grenade and/or a flareRead more
byon February 27, 2021
(thanks to FreePik for the photo )
While the House of Representatives Bill #5 (2021) comes with the intent of improving equality for members of the LGBTQ community, this specific bill does so at the expense of violating 1st Amendment rights, as well as putting a variety of individuals at risk.
This bill should not be signed into law in its current form, and any similar bill should first address the following real and potentially dangerous concerns.Read more
byon February 15, 2021
As 2021 gets underway, West Sacramento has new leadership in its mayor for the first time in over two decades. In the November 3rd general election West Sacramentans decided to go with councilwoman Martha Guerrero for mayor over incumbent Christopher Cabaldon, who held the seat for 22 years. Along with Guerrero, voters also went with her ally Norma Alcala for city council.
With two open seats for city council, Alcala took the second city council seat while Quirina Orozco was re-elected to the city council seat she’s held since 2016. Finishing third and failing to qualify for the two open council seats was Dr. Dawnte Early, who was endorsed by Mayor Cabaldon. The election of Martha Guerrero to mayor also left her council seat vacant and needing to be filled.
While Martha Guerrero is ready to lead West Sacramento in a new direction, council members Christopher Ledesma and Quirina Orozco, who are considered allies to former mayor Christopher Cabaldon, were playing politics as usual and not cooperating with the new mayor’s agenda. Mayor Guerrero’s attempts to fill commissioner appointments were met with objections from councilmember Ledesma.
When asked about councilmember Ledesma’s objections, Mayor Guerrero said, “I want to appoint fresh new faces, people with experience and expertise who can connect with the community. The council members had the opportunity to interview any of the 90 applicants that applied for these commissions and the two councilmembers (Ledesma and Orozco) recommended many applicants who would be reappointed for another term. I did select a few of Councilman Ledesma’s and Orozco's commission recommendations and it appeared Ledesma was not happy I didn’t select all of his recommendations.”.Read more
byon January 28, 2021
Are you happy with our state's COVID-19 response?
By any measure, Gavin Newsom's COVID-19 response has been appalling. His arbitrary restrictions and unconstitutional lockdowns have destroyed the lives and businesses of millions of Californians.
You can make a difference - by signing a petition to Recall Newsom.
byon October 30, 2020
The deliberate misleading of voters with deceptive titles and language... promoting some insignificant benefit... or just saying whatever it takes to get the proposition passed... has become a new art form....
byon September 10, 2020
California Voter Alert
Be Prepared for New Voting Procedures, Nov 3, 2020
1st Change: Vote-by-Mail
Every registered voter will receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot. Read the instructions carefully. Your ballot and its envelope are distinctly yours. It is your responsibility to keep it secure until you fill it out and return it.
2nd Change: How to vote in Person
The Yolo County Republican Party recommends this voting method for ballot safety and quicker counting of ballots on election day. HOWEVER, There will be NO traditional precinct locations for voting on Nov 3. But for traditional voting there will be:Read more
byon September 09, 2020
Voting recommendations from the Yolo County Republican Party
byon September 04, 2020
President Donald Trump releases his second-term agenda
Trump wants to create more jobs, end Covid-19, defend police officers, end illegal immigration, and stop endless wars. The president also calls for passage of congressional term limits, school choice, and ending America’s economic reliance on China.Read more
byon August 26, 2020
This year, 2020, our country celebrates the 233rd anniversary of the signing of our Constitution, the document that established our national government and fundamental laws and guaranteed certain basic rights for all our citizens. It’s an event we should remember annually with appreciation. Our Constitution belongs to and protects all of us.Read more