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...is scheduled as the guest speaker for the 310th meeting of the Karl Hess Club, to convene on February 17, 2020.

 

     Stephen Frank on "Presidential Primary Election Preview"

 

Mr. Frank will discuss the recent changes to California presidential primary elections. For one, this primary is on the earliest date ever -- March 3rd, rather than sometime in June -- so there is little time to study the ballot issues and candidates before voting begins.

How we cast our votes is also changing. Voting begins eleven days before Election Day. Large voting centers are replacing local precinct polls. Many voters will cast their ballots by mail. And "ballot harvesting" is becoming more of a factor.

How many votes will be controlled by special interest groups, such as public employee unions? How can voters obtain useful information about candidates and issues?

Our speaker hopes to answer these questions.




     About Stephen Frank:

 

Mr. Frank is publisher and senior correspondent for the California Political Review. He was born in New York City in 1946. His family later moved to Los Angeles, where he attended high school, and later received a BS from the University of Redlands. He has been married for 45 years to Leslie, an educator. They have two daughters and five grandchildren.

He served in the First Infantry Division during the Vietnam War. He help Bob Dornan develop the POW/MIA bracelet. He worked seven years on behalf of prisoners and those missing in action, organizing offices in over 100 US cities, doing radio and TV appearances nationwide, and negotiating with the North Vietnamese, Viet Cong, Khmer Rouge Pathet Lao in Europe and Asia on behalf of the families of the POWs and MIAs.

He has been active in many Republican Party campaigns over the past 50 years, including for Nixon, Reagan and Giuliani. He's worked with many D.C. based organizations, including Americans for Tax Reform, the NRA, and pro-life groups.

His credits include:

* California Republican Party Parliamentarian (four terms)

* President, California Republican Assembly

* First Assistant Secretary, California Republican Party

* Founder, National Federation of Republican Assemblies

* Member, 1971 White House Conference on Youth

* Member, Youth Advisory Committee on Selective Service (1969-1971)