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SB48 Complaint

SB48 Complaint

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Published by: Ana Beatriz Cholo on Sep 30, 2011
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September 28, 2011John MullenOceanside City Attorney300 North Coast Hwy.Oceanside, CA 92054Tony RackaukusOffice of the District Attorney401 Civic Center DriveSanta Ana, California 92701Kamala D. HarrisCalifornia Attorney GeneralP.O. Box 944255Sacramento, CA 94244-2550RE: FORMAL COMPLAINT AND DEMAND FOR INVESTIGATIONVIOLATION OF PENAL PROVISIONS OF ELECTION CODEDear Ms. Harris, Mr. Rackaukus, and Mr. Mullen:I write to file this formal complaint and request for investigation regarding illegal signature gathering tactics, inviolation of state law, of the individual described below.
On Sunday, September 25, 2011, I attended the City of Oceanside’s Harbor Day event. At about 11:00 a.m., I
walked by a female initiative petition signature gatherer who had set up a small table at the event. Thewoman, who appeared to be in her late fifties, was urging people to sign a referendum petition to help preventprotect against child molesters and child abusers. I was interested, as a result, until I realized that thereferendum petition had nothing to do with those issues and instead was about repealing SB 48, a bill signedinto law by Governor Brown which amends the Education Code to include social sciences instruction on thecontributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons and to prohibit discriminatoryinstruction and discriminatory materials from being adopted by the State Board of Education.
In addition to the signature gatherer’s verbal misrepresentation about the
content of the referendum petition,she also had posted large images and names of abduction victims, including Elizabeth Smart, in the attempt tomislead potential petition signers, like myself. Indeed, evidence of her misrepresentation is confirmed by thefact that the poster board she displayed referenced a
initiative petition that related to human traffickingand which was over one year old.
The Secretary of State’s office had also issued a notice on August 3, 2010
that the Phung initiative had failed.
I have attached photographic evidence that corroborates theseallegations. Additionally, I have posted a video of the woman and her signature gathering table on YouTube
See Secretary of State Website, Notice, available athttp://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/ccrov/pdf/2010/august/10256km.pdf . 

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