Oceanside CA—Guests are invited on Wednesday, June 19, to meet Ruth Weiss, Statewide Director of Education and Training for the Election Integrity Project.
Following 34 years of teaching high school English and Spanish, Ruth has found great meaning in her second “career” as a volunteer with Election Integrity Project. She works with other volunteers statewide who believe that our Republic is a miraculous gift from God and who understand that it is ours only as long as we, in the words of Benjamin Franklin, “can keep it”. California’s maintenance of voter lists has created confusing statistics for our lawmakers and may put the votes of lawful voting citizens at risk. Ruth believes that with active citizen involvement in the electoral process, California citizens may once again have faith in honest elections. Citizens with a similar hope should attend to learn about the Election Integrity Project and how they can participate.
The meeting is sponsored by the Republican Club of Ocean Hills. Guests are welcome to this luncheon meeting at the Broken Yolk Café, 2434 Vista Way, Oceanside. Order lunch and “meet & greet” at 12:00 noon. Program begins at 1:00 pm. $15 per person covers any food item on the menu, a non-alcoholic drink, taxes, and tip.
Cash or check only at the door (no credit cards). RSVP Don at email@example.com.