Election Integrity

All votes should be counted – and all votes should count.

The California Constitution states “all political power is inherent in the people.” (Article II, Section 2But those who govern, govern only with the consent of the governed. The people can trust their government, only if they can trust the results of their elections.

Our elections must be conducted with the highest levels of public openness, accuracy, accessibility, security, and trustworthiness. Free and fair elections — as a cornerstone of our democratic process, demand it.