Ventura County Elections Nov 8, 2022
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There are several voting guides available for freedom minded and liberty loving voters this November for Ventura County.
You will find a curated collection of the ones we recommend below.
We’ll be adding more as they come in.
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These non-partisan Voter Guides will help you cut through the rhetoric, election propaganda, and biased media coverage of the campaigns. This guide ranks every aspect of a candidate’s record according to experience, integrity, commitment to community, and much more.
Our extensive research on each candidate includes evaluations of their conservative worldview on individual God-given rights, forced masking of children, government spending, crime, free enterprise, and deregulation. We also look at their views on family, school choice/homeschooling, and much more.
We search their voting records, public and social media statements, donations, who donated to them, and endorsements they made or made for them.
Here you’ll find non-partisan recommendations for various offices based on their willingness to stand up for freedom and fight to reclaim the American dream.
Stellar Stand-Out Freedom Loving Candidates to Support & Campaign For!
The California government has lost its way and its ability to see that we are FREE people. Free to pursue happiness, worship and operate a business. Free to raise our children and free to protect those rights from all who would seek to suppress them. I will fight to reaffirm and protect these freedoms so that tyranny may no longer govern over California.
I have a six-point plan to make California golden again. It starts with reestablishing as top priorities crime prevention, supporting law enforcement, reining in government spending, and addressing homelessness, government overreach, and parental rights. It’s time for a change, and I respectfully ask for your vote and support to begin that change.
When it comes to the American Dream, California was once the best state in the nation to receive an education, find a great paying job, start a family, establish a business, and buy a home in a safe neighborhood. Look around today and see how things have deteriorated in this once golden state. Homelessness is at an all-time high. Crime is increasing. Education ranks near the bottom nationally. The cost of living has become too expensive, forcing hardworking families to leave the state. California is headed in the wrong direction and our state elected officials have failed us. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. That’s why I am running to represent our community at the State Assembly.
The Conejo Valley School Board Race is Critical. Make sure to Vote for and Support the Campaigns of these Candidates!
VOTE IN A NEW BOARD with Common Sense Values
Three Stellar Candidates for CVUSD November Election
For more than 36 years, Lou Lichtl has served and inspired students in public education; 26 years within Ventura County and the Conejo Valley as an educator. With experience in policy development, budget oversight, and community building, Lou brings decades of true and tested professionalism, knowledge, and networks to the position of Community College Trustee. Lou spent ten years as an Assistant Principal, seven of which were within the Conejo Valley. In 2005 he was promoted to the role of Principal at Redwood Middle School for four years, and at Thousand Oaks High School for over eight years. In December of 2017, Lou was appointed Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services, and Compliance Officer for the last three and a half years of his public school career.
Halla earned her B.A. in Sociology from San Diego State University and went on to complete her Master’s in Social Work at the University of Southern California (USC). Shortly after graduation, she began her career with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and held multiple, specialized roles within the organization including Disaster and Emergency Liaison in which she was responsible for building relationships and collaborating with surrounding cities, counties, the State of California and the Federal Government. Halla has decided to run for city council in order to bring her expertise, knowledge, and thought-provoking ideas to Thousand Oaks and the people of this city. She understands that what we do locally can have a national impact and believes in limited government, common sense, and a unified people.
I am running for City Council because I can make a difference in the community that I love. My wife and I grew up in the Conejo Valley, and we are excited to raise our children here. We live in Thousand Oaks because our city provides a great qualify of life for its residents. There is a perfect balance between beautiful open space and developed areas. We have parks that offer great programs for our kids. We are also grateful to have a high level of public safety and amazing first responders working hard to keep us safe. I want to preserve the Thousand Oaks we all know and love, and make sure it remains a special place for generations to come!
How Google Brainwashes Kids, Controls Public Policy and Swings Elections
Google uses ephemeral methods that leave no paper trail, making it difficult to prove the tech giant is manipulating us in ways that we can’t counteract, said Robert Epstein, Ph.D., senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology.