California politicians will soon vote on SB 54 - which will make California a "Sanctuary State" by prohibiting state and local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration agents.
SB 54 will force EVERY city and county in California to become Sanctuary Cities and Counties - resulting in the release of violent criminals back into our communities when they could instead be deported.
Carl DeMaio is helping organize a grassroots campaign to STOP SB 54. He needs your help today! Read more
If you want to ensure that your vote counts and illegal voting is not happening in your county, please sign this petition sponsored by former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio.
This petition demands a full and independent audit of the voter rolls in California.
“I’m proposing a simple way to provide assurance to California voters that no illegal voting is occurring,” said Carl DeMaio who is proposing the audit initiative. “If no illegal voting is happening, what do the politicians fear with conducting this kind of audit?” asks DeMaio. Read more
California is a deep blue state and many consider the California GOP all but dead.
Not so fast. There are 5 issues that the California GOP should tackle in 2017 to make itself relevant again to voters in the Golden State.
Carl DeMaio has devised an initial list of 5 possible outside-the-box issues for the GOP to champion in 2017 and beyond.
The list is an initial starting point. YOU are invited to share your thoughts for any issue that may not be on the list. Read more
According to an internal performance scorecard that was leaked to the media, San Diego’s Veterans Hospital in La Jolla only receives 3 stars on a five-star scale. The scorecard release comes two years after shocking revelations of falsifying performance reports for wait times and just days after a veteran died with a wound infested with maggots because his bandages were not changed at a VA hospital in Oklahoma. Read more
Did you get the two big books in the mail yet containing hundreds of pages on the more than 60 ballot measures being voted on in this election? Over 500 pages! It is so frustrating!
I'm sharing a resource to help make sense of it all. To make it simple and to point out some big problems hidden in some of the ballot measures, we are releasing my VOTER GUIDE today.
Access the Voter Guide Here Read more
Measure A is a massive $18.3 billion tax hike on San Diegans that contains zero guarantees for how the money will be spent.
Measure A lacks the accountability that taxpayers demand, which is why it is best described as a blank check tax hike for county politicians. That's why Carl DeMaio is helping lead the campaign to defeat Measure A in this November's election. Read more
Carl DeMaio joined a group of private real estate developers and contractors to release an innovative proposal to build a multi-use sports, hospitality and entertainment complex that requires no tax increase and no taxpayer subsidy. The plan utilizes a creative design that mixes 365-days of hotel, retail, and event uses. Read more
Carl DeMaio recommends you consider voting for the following candidates in the upcoming June 7 California Primary Election. Carl has vetted these candidates and finds they are dedicated to advancing government reform and defending our personal freedoms!
Tom Del Beccaro
District 49 – Darrell Issa
District 50 – Duncan Hunter
District 51 – Juan Hildalgo
District 52 – Jacquie Atkinson
District 53 – James Veltmeyer
District 39 – John Renison, Richard Fago OR Dr. Juan Bribiesca Read more
A legal analysis of the tax hike measure being promoted by Cory Briggs and former Councilwoman Donna Frye raises serious concerns over the legality of the measure that is now being promoted by the Chargers as a possible revenue source for their downtown stadium project.
Lawyers for Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek say the measure violates the California state constitution by trying to avoid a two-thirds vote to get tax increases approved when they are earmarked for specific expenditures.
The legal memo is just the latest in problems uncovered in the measure. Read more
In 2012 San Diego voters overwhelmingly voted to approve Prop B – the landmark Pension Reform Initiative that is credited with helping turn around the city’s financial crisis. Under Prop B, city employees would no longer receive bloated six-figure pensions – and instead would receive more affordable 401-K retirement accounts. Read more