Eric Metaxas in his enlightening and exciting book If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty. Metaxas takes readers through important events and introduces us to some lesser-known heroes who helped shape America’s founding principles.
The November 2020 election shined a glaring spotlight on the need for election reform because so many discrepancies occurred in numerous states, counties and cities. Georgia is leading the election reform charge with its passage of the 98-page “Election Integrity Act of 2021.”
There’s a lot of talk about Governor Gavin Newsom’s potential recall, but not as much clarity. Some readers certainly remember the recall of Democratic Governor Gray Davis in 2003. Still, it is an excellent time for all California citizens to refresh their minds on the recall process. Recall elections happen in three phases: petition, fiduciary and scheduling. Let’s look at each one.