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BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: “NEW CALIFORNIA” Conducts First State “DEMO” Paper Ballot Vote in US History

The state of New California became the first state in American history to conduct  a Demo” election using hand counted paper ballots across the state. 

Below are pictures from Saturday’s “Demo” paper ballot election that took place across the state of New California (NCA) at select locations in 17 counties.  These elections were billed as not costing millions like the elections where machines are used and these elections won’t have the security issues inherent in voting machines.

The “Demo Elections” were only held on Jan 27, 2024 and voters had to vote in person, present a California Drivers License, and proof of residency in the county where they reside.  The elections used paper ballots, that were hand-counted, and the results were available that night.

Shelby Bunch, from the state of New California, spoke in front of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors previously and announced that the “Demo Election” will take place on Jan 27, 2024.   Here is a press release from the state of New California announcing the demo votes across the state.

Here is the the link to download the images and video from Riverside.   https://photos.app.goo.gl/BrdfVFDW32JzCrvG7

Below are some pictures of Saturday’s historic election in NCS. 

Above a woman said “Honey, I don’t know what to do. ” He replied…”We haven’t voted in person in a long time. It’s ok honey. I’ll help you.” NCA Riverside County (RIVCO) Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

NCS RivCo Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

NCS RivCo Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

RivCo Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

RivCo Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

NCS San Luis Obispo County Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

NCS Orange County Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

NCS Amador County Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

NCS Stanislaus County Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

NCS Stanislaus County Vote Precinct January 27, 2024

The timing couldn’t come at a better time as the state of California is facing bankruptcy and ending use of voting machines across the state is one way to cut the state’s bloated budget.

In addition, with the recent events in Georgia where Professor Halderman showed that the Dominion voting systems used in the state are not secure and that bad actors could easily hack into an election and change votes, good old-fashioned paper ballots are the way to go.

Congratulations to New California on their timely voting demo taking place Saturday across the state.

11 thoughts on “BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: “NEW CALIFORNIA” Conducts First State “DEMO” Paper Ballot Vote in US History”

  1. We are so excited to continue the process of auditing the ballots with those who voted and sharing the details with our city, school councils, and the Board of Supervisors. Santa Barbara County came in 3rd behind SLO and Riverside Counties.

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  2. I’m sorry I missed it. I wasn’t paying attention to time and it was over before I realized. What I did see on nextdoor the following Monday was “Why would they do something stupid like that California already has secure and transparent elections. ” This and many other things must be overcome before anything good happens. Personally I don’t believe this will ever be granted. They get off on lording over the people. My opinion is to take back control of the state even by force if necessary.

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    • People are super underinformed about a lot of things. Persons in our county who were canvassing houses collecting signatures for a supervisor recall found homeowners who knew nothing about Prop 13 or what a county supervisor was.

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  3. I live in Riverside County. Why didn’t I know about this? I get monthly email newsletters from our County Assemblyman. Why did he not tell us about this? I would have been there for sure.

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  4. Fantastic. It is the only way to begin to put integrity back into the system. Any top-down order will continue to become more and more corrupt without the only really valid check and balance which comes from the people through their votes. Presently, the government run-systems are totally top-down and corrupt with the dominance of special interests determining issues, parties, candidates, eligibility for voting, methods of voting, and the scrutineering of voters and votes.

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  5. First I heard about it, but I’m in LA county. Love to know where I can go to see the results. I’m sure the results of this type of vote will differ from the results produced by the Socialist Party of old CA.

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  6. In 1859 California already split in two – it was approved by 75% of the voters and by the Legislature, and the Governor sent this request to Congress for approval to admit the new state (Southern California) but it stalled there due to the Civil War … and so the request still remains there awaiting Congressional approval to today, 165 years later.

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