Our Local Elections Are Being Compromised - How? Come to the event!

Dinner tickets are sold out. Tickets are available for $25 at the door, which includes coffee and dessert. Walk-ins welcome for $25.00. Pay at the door with check or cash only. 

Tickets can also be purchase online by clicking the link: Event Only-No Dinner $25.00

How Local Marin County Business Leaders Uncovered Election Irregularities

Detailed Analysis and Report by Marin County Election Integrity 

January 10 | 6:00pm-8:30pm 


MDRC_Event_Jan_2024.pngLocal Election Irregularities - The Proof

Join us January 10 to hear from local business leaders who uncovered questionable election irregularities in Marin County. Now several of them are running for local supervisor roles. 

Learn how the Voter’s Choice Act of 2012 opened the door for fraud and abuse.  

Four business leaders from the Marin Election Integrity Committee (MEIC) present “How our Local Elections are being Stolen.”

Francis Drouillard - bridge design engineer, Chair MEIC 

Ron Elijah - retired forensic accountant, Research Analyst MEIC 

Bill McLaughlin - Certified Independent Appraiser, Researcher MEIC 

John Turnacliff - Licensed Finance Broker, MEIC Treasurer, founding member Marin Chapter, California Republican Assembly

Must Read! Read the Detailed Analysis/Report November 2022 General Election Report. Click Here

  • Almost 8,000 voters that voted at Vote Centers in Marin Country were disenfranchised (MEIC 40)
  • Number of vote gains by Democrats exceeded those of Republicans by 6:1 (MEIC 48)
  • The percentage of votes captured by Democrats began to exceeded the percent of voters registered as Democrat (MEIC 37)

Works Cited:

Marin Election Integrity Committee - MEIC. “November 2022 General Election Final Report." April 2023. ourmarin.org/meic-reports/november-2022-general-election/



Reservations for Members - $50 / Guests - $60. Walk-ins welcome after January 8 for $25.00* 

Check-in: 6:00pm | Dinner served: 6:35pm 

Dinner Buffet: Dinner: Grilled chicken marsala, scalloped potatoes, vegetable medley, garden salad, bread/butter, dessert. Vegan option must be reserved in advance - penne pasta+tofu. Note: BYOB/Wine + bottle opener/glasses

*Note: Meal reservations will not be available after January 8, 3pm. Speaker, cake & coffee only reservation option available for $25. Walk-ins may also use this option.

Opportunity Drawing + Fundraisers 


Six bottles of wine + a pound of See's candy. Value is approximately $200. Tickets available at the meeting by cash or check - 5 tickets for $20 or 2 tickets for $10. One winner.

Wine Donation Please for Future Fundraisers - Please donate a bottle of wine for future fundraisers.  Simply bring a donated bottle of wine to the meeting and give it to the volunteer at check-in.  The wine should have a value of at least $25, and also should be newly purchased (fresh). You will be given two tickets for the Opportunity Drawing as a thank you for your donation

January 10, 2024 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Alamo Womens Club
1401 Danville Blvd
Alamo, CA 94507
United States
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Teresa Rodgers ·
$25.00 USD · Purchase tickets