FUND RAISER for Mark Meuser! 

As the chief election officer, the Secretary of State plays a key role in ensuring fair and honest elections across the state. California elections have regularly been ranked in the bottom five states in the nation.

  • 45th in Mail Ballots Rejected

  • 49th in Mail Ballots not Returned

  • 44th in Military Ballots Rejected

  • 47thin Military Ballots not Returned

  • 42nd in Provisional Ballots Cast

  • 43rd in Registration or Absentee Ballots Problems

  • 43rd in Voter Turnout

  • 42nd in Voter Registration


1. Restore Voter Confidence in Elections

        Increase the Transparency in Elections, not on Citizens
        Audit Voter Rolls to Ensure No Unauthorized Individuals are Registered to Vote
        Improve Military and Overseas Ballot Process
        Be Proactive to Prevent Unnecessary Litigation for Potential Election Violations
        Increase the Number of Registered Voters
        Clean up our Voter Rolls to Remove those who have Moved or who have Died
        Count all Valid Ballots

2. Modernize the Registration Process for California Businesses

3. Update the Initiative Process for the 21st Century

April 6, 2018
 6:00 – 8:00 pm
425 Beatrice Ct.
Brentwood, CA 94513

Light refreshments


or call 925-392-5858
We Look Forward to Seeing You There!

San Ramon Valley Republican Women Federated Proudly Presents

Contra Costa District Attorney

  • WHEN: Tuesday, March 27, 2018

  • WHERE: Crow Canyon Country Club at 711 Silver Lake Drive Danville, California

  • TIME: Social hour at 11:30 Lunch and Program at noon.

  • PRICE: $30

Senior Deputy District Attorney Paul Graves is a candidate for Contra Costa County District Attorney.  Paul is endorsed by 23 law enforcement agencies and is highly respected by his colleagues and co-workers.  Paul has spent his entire 22 year career as a prosecutor in the District Attorney’s office. He has been involved in prosecuting some of the toughest cases in the county, from homicides to sexual assaults, to gang violence. Paul has taken over 70 cases to trial, resulting in over 20 “life” sentences.  He currently serves as the Senior Deputy District Attorney in charge of Family Violence.

Paul was born in South Bend, Indiana and moved to Colorado as a child where his parents opened up a local book store.  Paul eventually went to high school in Long Beach, California, and graduated from Loyola Marymount College after receiving a baseball scholarship.  Paul married his college sweetheart and moved to Sacramento where he was one of the top five students in his class at the University of the Pacific's McGeorge School of Law.  Paul lives with  his wife, Jennifer, and their two children in Clayton. 

Reservations made by calling Marianne at 925-447- 7023 or Carol at 925-820-0774 or go to to reserve and pay with a credit card. 


Martinez Fundraiser for Public Safety - Paul Graves for District Attorney

  • March 29, 2018
  • The Cobra Experience Museum - 777 Arnold Drive, Suite 200 Martinez
  • 5:30pm to 7:30pm



It’s a midterm election year and Contra Costa has a number of competitive races.

One of the most critical races this year is for District Attorney and we’re all-in for 
Paul Graves. We hope you can join us for door knocking in Clayton for Paul on Saturday, April 7th. 

Who: Members of the Contra Costa Republican Party, you, and friends
What: Precinct Walking and Brunch
When: April 7th at 10 AM 
Where: La Veranda's Cafe, 6201 Center St, Clayton, CA 94517
Or you can skip brunch and join us at 11:30 AM in the park. 

Join us and make a difference in your community!For more information, you can contact

Tom Randle at or at 510-508-8283. 

For more information on the Contra Costa Republican Party, visit our website at



Mark Meuser, J.D.

Candidate for Secretary of State California
The State's Chief Election Officer

  • WHEN: Thursday, April 12, 2018
  • WHERE: Blackhawk Country Club, 599 Blackhawk Club Dr., Danville (all welcome; need not be a Country Club member. No denim per Club policy).
  • TIME: 5:30 P.M. social and sign-in; 6:00 P.M. speaker
  • PRICE: $25

Think our elections are fair and representative of the electorate when the largest county has a voter registration of 144%? Do you think that non-citizens should be voting in California? (The current Secretary of State agreed to it). Think it helps California’s economy to make the business registration process inordinately expensive and lengthy?
Meuser’s priority is to bring the office into the 21st Century to turn these injustices around through:
 Open and accessible government that works for Californians, not against them
 Protecting the rights of citizens to vote and petition their government
 Restoring the people’s confidence in open, secure, and fair elections
 Utilizing the knowledge and experience of Silicon Valley to modernize the way businesses register in the state.
You’ve seen him on the Fox Business network. We know and respect him as the attorney who successfully defended the Berkeley College Republican President against an Antifa organizer but there’s so much more to this thoughtful,  entrepreneurial, well-read out doors man with a big heart. Come to become not only an informed voter but one who knows who controls how and whether we vote!
Reservations/cancellations* and payment via By mail: e-mail or phone Barbara Wilson at or 925-736- 4064, then mail check made payable to "Blackhawk Republican Women"; to her at 4142 Quail Run Drive, Danville 94506-5843, to arrive by noon on Tuesday, April 10th, the deadline for reservations, payment and cancellations. *Please understand that the Country Club bills for the count we submit on that date so we have to charge no-
"A reservation made is a reservation paid."

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