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Okay, not closely related to election integrity, but it’s important to evaluate the effectiveness of proposed policies to address climate change. Much like the COVID-19 virus, government is using something invisible to frighten us and justify policies that merely serve to give them more power over our lives. This time, catastrophic climate change alarmists are… Continue reading
Several MEIC members heard Catherine Engelbrecht speak at a dinner hosted by the Republican Club of San Francisco at the San Francisco Italian American Club June 15, 2023. She spoke about how she became involved in politics in 2010 as part of Tea Party movement, which inspired her to become a poll worker. She and… Continue reading
For quite a few years I never voted. My reason was two fold. First off, I felt like the majority of voters would vote for the proper candidate, which I figured would be who I would vote for anyway, and also, I would hear off and on that “Your vote doesn’t count”. So, with those… Continue reading
We’re called the Marin Election Integrity Committee and we’re here to ensure that Marin County elections are free and fair. To accomplish that goal we recruit, train and schedule election observers then issue a report. Our report on the November 8, 2022 general election will become available at the end of April 2023. Our description… Continue reading
The MEIC is a non-partisan committee and is not affiliated with any political party. It works to ensure that every legal certifiable vote is accurately counted and tabulated.
The MEIC advocates a return to precinct level single day in-person voting with photo ID to vote on paper ballots counted at the precinct.
“OurMarin” is a trademark of the Marin Election Integrity Committee.