Natalie Lough:
for Riverside County Judge

As a Riverside County Deputy District Attorney, Natalie Lough won convictions, appeals, and petitions against defendants charged with murder, rape, child molestation, child abuse, illegal narcotics use, and domestic violence. She helped create and implement policies to strengthen procedures and professionalism in the District Attorney’s office. As a prosecutor,  Natalie has a proven track record of protecting the the citizens of Riverside County.

She successfully argued before the California Supreme Court Achieved statewide case precedent on driving under the influence Won a death penalty case.   Overturned a judicial plea bargain in a murder case and  Ensured transparency under the California Public Records Act.

Stand Up for Justice and Conservative values. VOTE NATALIE LOUGH Riverside County Superior Judge.  This seat is County wide, you DO NOT need to be in a certain district to vote for Judge. 

California State Assembly:

Prior to returning to private practice, Mr. Essayli served in the United States Attorney’s Office, Central District of California located in Los Angeles. As an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) he handled significant and important prosecutions, including but not limited to violent and organized crime, identity theft, bank fraud, securities fraud, white-collar fraud, obstruction of justice, and a multitude of other matters. His duties included advising and coordinating with federal agents on active federal and multi-jurisdictional investigations, evaluating legal issues and filing criminal cases.   

During his tenure at the United States Attorney’s Office, Mr. Essayli was entrusted with working on some of the nation’s most serious cases. One such case involved a terrorist attack in San Bernardino in 2015 that tragically led to the deaths of many American citizens. Mr. Essayli also tried a three-week jury trial of a prominent California doctor charged with more than 80 counts of unlawfully prescribing opiates, which unfortunately led to the deaths of over a dozen patients.   

RUSD Trustee Area 1 - Duffy Atkinson

“I believe that nothing is more important to the long-term sustainability of a community and its families than the proper education of our children. School is more than just academics. We aren’t just “teaching children” Mathematics, Social Studies, Sciences, or Language Arts. We are taking on the responsibility of educating our students with the knowledge, perspective, critical-thinking and agile discernment skills to enable them to be healthy, productive, and well-rounded future caretakers of our city, county, state and nation.” -- Duffy
Duffy believes Parent's know what is best for their children. That a teacher's job is to teach the fundamentals and not Indoctrinate students. 

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Kelly Seyarto:
State Senate

Kelly is a native Californian who has spent his entire adult life serving his community and protecting the public. For 35 years Kelly served the public as a firefighter until his retirement in 2015 as Battalion Chief.

Kelly was first elected to the Murrieta City Council in 1997 and served through 2006. Choosing to spend more time with his family, Kelly declined to run for reelection in 2006 but returned to serve the City of Murrieta again in 2016 and served as Mayor. Kelly was then elected to serve our community in 2020 as the State Assemblyman.

Brian Dahle:


Californians have endured some of the worst years in California’s history, and shouldn’t have to endure 4 more. Skyrocketing food and gas prices, the highest crime rate in decades, the poorest education rates in the nation, deadly wildfires, and some of the highest cost of living in the nation are no longer acceptable. Californians deserve actual solutions to the problems his administration has created using new strategies, fresh voices, and outstanding leadership that refuses to pander to bureaucracy and won’t be bought by special interests. Below I’ve put together a detailed, yet concise overview of my plan for California. Together, we can restore the California dream for our children and grand children.

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Jeff Hewitt:
Riverside County Supervisor, District 5 

Some elected officials spend a great deal of their time dodging responsibility. They are clever about it, of course. They have all sorts of quick steps. One trick that really pokes me in the gizzard is the use of overpaid consultants to make “hard” decisions.

... With determination, I will continue to reform our county. Each worker should be actively incentivized to provide quality customer service to the public. When re-elected, I will again serve the public first and foremost and we will do it with speed, diligence, and courtesy.

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Paul Rodriguez:
Western Municipal Water District - Division 2

Proven Water Leadership 

Serving local water customers as a Board member at Temescal Valley Water District for more than 24 years has been a sincere honor. I am running for Western Municipal Water District so that I can apply the same level of thoughtful service to a broader area that includes south Riverside as well as unincorporated communities of Gavilan Hills, Highgrove, Lake Matthews, Temescal Valley and Woodcrest.

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Georgia opens investigation into possible illegal ballot harvesting in 2020 election

January 4, 2022 - Georgia authorities have launched an investigation into an allegation of systematic ballot harvesting during the state's 2020 general election and subsequent U.S. Senate runoff and may soon issue subpoenas to secure evidence, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger confirmed to Just the News.

OAN - Johnson: Sussman Indictment Shows Corruption of Clinton Camp, FBI

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson (R) says he expects a lot more to come from the Durham probe after a lengthy indictment lays out corruption of the Clinton campaign, FBI and mainstream media. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.

NOT MAKING HEADLINES: AZ Audit Could Not Find the Identity of 86,391 Voters – They Don’t Appear to Exist and 73.8% Are Democrat or No Party Affiliation
By Jim Hoft Published September 27, 2021 

The Arizona audit could not find an identity match on 86,391 people. This is disclosed on Page 56 of the “Results Details” report.

These Maricopa voters cast ballots in Nov 2020 and don’t seem to exist. The ones registered as Democrat or selected no party affiliation represent a whopping 73.8% of these unknown voters. 

What’s Going On? Arizona Recently Processed 673,000 Voter Identities with the Social Security Administration – 58% Had NO MATCH FOUND
GATEWAY PUNDIT -By Jim Hoft Published September 19, 2021

Arizona election audit report expected to be made public Sept. 24
Ryan Randazzo Mary Jo Pitzl Arizona Republic

The Arizona Senate will receive the audit report on the Maricopa County election on Sept. 24 at 1 p.m. in a public presentation on the floor of the chamber, Senate President Karen Fann said. Her announcement was sent to fellow senators after a judge on Thursday pressed a Senate attorney to tell him when the "final" report would be available.

Gen. Flynn Exclusive10 INDISPUTABLE FACTS on the 2020 Election That Argue for Audits 

By Michael Flynn July 30, 2021 / Western Journal

It’s an oft-quoted saying: “Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts.”

A fact is something done, an action performed or an event or circumstance that actually occurred. Essentially, facts are indisputable truths about people, places and events.

The one seminal event that continues to fester like a boil on the American psyche is this past Nov. 3, 2020, presidential election. Why does it continue to fester? It festers because people of all stripes and backgrounds believe there were elements of election fraud, misrepresentations of the truth, dishonesty due to lawfare and, in certain cases, severe obstruction by politicians at all levels of government.

... What are the facts of the 2020 election? Are there any that we the people can sink our teeth into? Do any facts exist that offer a sense of honesty and truth?

Preliminary findings of the July 15, 2021, Arizona state Senate hearing allege that blatant fraud occurred in at least one county (Maricopa) in one state (Arizona). As one Arizona state senator exclaimed in an interview: “It was a s*** show!”

What I want to offer for both believers and non-believers are some facts. These facts and the data behind them come from research and analysis of information gathered directly from federal, state and county websites. These facts compare past elections to November 2020, and all that is required to understand them is simple common sense.


Arizona Senate President Karen Fann conducted a two-hour public hearing on the ongoing election audit on Thursday, revealing many groundbreaking discrepancies. Also present at the hearing were Ben Cotton, digital forensic expert, former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, and Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan who addressed the findings of the 2020 election audit.

Liz Harrington, spokeswoman for President Trump, tweeted a summary of the audit findings revealed in the hearing. “STUNNING in race decided by 10,457 votes. 3,981 voted despite registered AFTER Oct 15 deadline. 11,326 voted who were NOT on rolls on Nov 7 but WERE on Dec 4. 18,000 voted and then were removed from rolls AFTER election. 74,243 mail-in ballots w/ NO evidence of ever being sent. @realLizUSA

Mike Lindell Presents: Absolutely 9-0

By Mike Lindell, 03 June, 2021

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5/4/21 We have PROOF Dominion machines in Michigan were able to SWITCH VOTES from Trump to Biden!! Don't miss our live interview with the attorney behind the lawsuit that may well unravel the 2020 Election... PLUS... the Idaho police officer suspended for his viral video "calling" Lebron James is on with us, talking about the GO FUND ME that has EXPLODED! And... the anatomy of a dirt bag. BOOM!!

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