SacCountyGOP is working to secure each election by placing trained volunteers in vote centers and at drop boxes to observe the voting process. Below is information about your role in improving Election Integrity. Be sure to report any fraudulent activity you have witnessed!

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SacCountyGOP’s Election Integrity Program

There is new leadership in the Sacramento County Voter Registration & Elections Office, and this has resulted in less transparency, shutting down the Community Advisory Committee so only their hand-picked activists advise them on policy, and more roadblocks to serving as a paid temporary worker for those who do not already work for the County. No longer can leadership of the Republican Party communicate directly with key staff, and the Registrar of Voters refuses to meet with our Central Committee as has been the tradition for decades. The ROV said these changes were needed for security reasons…

Are we concerned? You bet!  Are we going to back off? No way!

This situation makes our Election Observer program even more necessary. We will need hundreds of Sacramento County registered Republicans to be trained and deployed for the November election to watch voting locations and ensure that all legal voters are made to feel welcome and ballots are handled appropriately. 

All observers are asked to file reports with SacCountyGOP and those findings are shared with the County Elections Office to communicate what went right and wrong during the voting process.

Nina Caron, Election Integrity Officer

Nina Caron has been appointed as SacCountyGOP’s Election Integrity Officer, and she’s working with other counties and the CAGOP to share best practices to secure the election.

The best way to make sure our ballots are safe is to have trained observers at ballot collection sites.

Opportunities to engage in the November Election:

  • Work the ElectionSign up here to be a paid election worker for Sacramento County. Keep SacCountyGOP informed of your application date, when/if you were contacted, if you were rejected, and if you were accepted. This is a commitment of your time, so please don’t sign up if you aren’t sure you can see it through.
  • Volunteer to Observe – Sign up here to be a volunteer election observer, representing the Sacramento County Republican Party.
    – Vote Centers – Open during the 11 days prior to Election Day
    – Drop Box Closures at 8pm on Election Night
    – Equipment and Systems being tested at County Elections
    – Manual Tally and other aspects of Ballot Processing at the County Elections Office

How does Sac County Elections Secure the Vote?

In order to secure elections, it’s important to understand the process, including voter registration, how ballots reach voters, verification of ballots submitted, and how votes are counted.

In addition to observers who represent the Republican Party, the public is welcome to observe any part of the election process. To learn more, visit the Election Observer Guidelines page on Sacramento County Election’s website. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, you must make an appointment to observe. To schedule an appointment, please call (916) 875-6451 or email voterinfo@saccounty.net. You may also call their toll-free voter assistance hotline at (800) 762-8019. 

Visit Sac County’s Election Security webpage

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