Congressional Candidates 2018 District 46 Orange county ca.

Congressional Candidates on the June 5th 2018 Ballot

Candidate Filing Log O.C. Registrar of Voters

US Representative, 46th District 

Candidate list (2) - 116th Congress


LOU CORREA, Democrat
Higher Taxes, More Illegal Aliens, Bigger Government, More Frivolous Regulations, Less freedom of Choice, Higher gas tax, higher Property Tax, More Government control over citizens, Do Not Deport aliens, Protect Criminal aliens, Believes in Mexican national Flag, Believes in Re-Distribution of Tax Dollars to non-deserving entities.

Votes for, and Believes in Democratic Socialism.  

Stands with Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters.


RUSSELL RENE LAMBERT, Republican 

Fraud Investigator/Businessman/Politician

U.S. Marine, DHS Employee-US Coast Guard Auxiliary 

Qualified Date: 3/9/2018 5:23:00 PM
562-254-4868  714-729-4250

FEC H8CA46120

Believes in Rule of Law

Prosecute ALL Criminals

Stop welfare and administration fraud.

Increase Business Opportunities.

Less Taxation

Less Government Regulations and Restrictions

Pro Choice

Family Values

Build a Huge Wall

America First.

President Trump is our President.


 


 

Register to Vote

To qualify as a registered voter in Orange County of Orange:

  • You must be a citizen of the United States
  • You must be a resident of Orange County
  • You must be at least 18 years of age or older on or before the next election
  • You must not be in prison or on parole for the conviction of a felony
  • You must not have been judged by a court to be mentally incompetent to register and vote

Federal and state law now requires that every person who registers or re-registers to vote must provide the following identification:

  • A California Driver's License (or California Identification card) number on your registration form; or
  • The last 4 digits of your Social Security Number on your registration form.
  • If you do not have a California Driver's License, a California Identification card number, or a social security number, then a unique identifying number will be assigned to you for registration purposes only.

California Residency Requirement for New Driver License (DL) and Identification Card (ID) / D M V

 

Proof of California Residency (NOT)

Get an unverified Drivers License or Identification card from California Department of Motor Vehicles. 


The list below provides the documents acceptable as proof of California residency.  


One (1) acceptable document is required to get a Drivers License or I D Card. Create it. 


Do Not use a Social Security number if you don't have one. Keep it simple.


All (computer created or handwritten) residency documents must list the applicant’s first and last name, and the California residence address must match your application, with the exception of the last 2 items.

If the applicant includes a separate California mailing address on their application, the California address on the residency document must match the mailing address on the application.


Source: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/pubs/newsrel/newsrel16/2016_14


  • Rental or lease agreement with the signature of the owner/landlord and the tenant/resident.
  • Deed or title to residential real property.
  • Mortgage bill.
  • Home utility bills (including cellular phone).
  • School documents including any document issued by a U.S. education institution that either includes the applicant's date of birth, or if a foreign school document, is sealed by the school and includes a photograph of the applicant at the age the record was issued.
  • Medical documents.
  • Employment documents.
  • Faith based documents that include the name and address of the issuing organization.
  • Insurance documents, including medical, dental, vision, life, home, rental, and vehicle.
  • Internal Revenue Service or California Franchise Tax Board tax return.
  • California Certificate of Vehicle or Vessel Title or Registration.
  • Change of Address Confirmation by the U.S. Postal Service (Form CNL 107).
  • Any document issued by an entity, office, or authority governing over a country, state, county, city, municipality, district, agency, department, or any other political subdivision of a country or state that is typed and contains the agency name, department name, state seal, or is on official letterhead.
  • Property tax bill or statement.
  • Record of any state or national banks, state or federal savings associations, trust companies, industrial loan companies, state or federal credit unions, and any institution or entity that has issued a credit card.
  • An acceptable No Fee Identification Card Eligibility Verification (DL 933) form.
  • Voter registration confirmation letter or postcard issued by the California Secretary of State or a local California county elections officer.
  • Proof of payment of resident tuition at a public institution of higher education located in California.
  • An original copy of an approved Claim For Homeowners’ Property Tax Exemption (BOE-266) form filed with a local California County Assessor.
  • Court documents that list the applicant as a resident of California.
  • Source: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/dl/residency_requirement

Apply for California DMV or ID

 

Residency Documents

You must provide 1 form of acceptable residency when applying for an original California driver license or California identification card. When using a mailing address that is a post office (PO) box or general delivery, you must provide an actual place of residence on your application.  The address on the residency documents must match the residence address on your application.

NOTE: If you are applying for a driver license in compliance with AB 60, you are only required to provide 1 residency document.


NO SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER NEEDED.  If you have a number, you should use it.


 • Rental/lease agreement with signatures of the owner/landlord and the tenant/resident. • Deed/title to residential real property. • Mortgage bill. • Home utility bill (including cellular phones). • Any school document issued by a U.S. education institution that either includes the applicant’s date of birth, or if a foreign school document, is sealed by the school and includes a photograph of the applicant at the age the record was issued. • Medical document. • Employment document. • Faith-based document with the name/address of issuing organization. • Insurance document including medical, dental, vision, life, home, rental, and vehicle. • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) return. • Any document issued by an entity, office, or authority governing over a country, state, county, city, municipality, district, agency, department, or any other political subdivision of a country or state that is typed and contains the agency name, department name, state seal, or is on official letterhead. • California vehicle/vessel Certificate of Title or registration. • Change of address confirmation from the U.S. Postal Service (Form CNL107). • California property tax bill or statement. • Record of any state or national banks, state or federal savings associations, trust companies, industrial loan companies, state or federal credit unions, and any institution or entity that has issued a credit card. • Court document that lists the applicant as a resident of California. • Letter on letterhead from a homeless shelter, shelter for abused women, nonprofit entity, employer, faithbased organization, or government within the U.S. attesting that the applicant is a resident of California. • Voter registration confirmation letter or postcard issued by the California Secretary of State or a local California county elections officer. • Proof of payment of resident tuition to a California public institution of higher education. • Original copy of an approved Claim for Homeowners’ Property Tax Exemption (BOE-266) form filed with a local California County Assessor. • An acceptable No Fee Identification Card Eligibility Verification form DL 933. 


Source: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/wcm/connect/a34dbefd-c615-4c07-a271-b135850de9d1/Residency_DocsList.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

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PROOF OF (CREATED) PAPER IDENTITY USED BY  CALIFORNIA DMV 


TABLE A ONE (1) OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS (one) needed to prove a persons possible identity in California.


California Driver License (issued 10/2000 in or after) 

California Identification Card (issued 10/2000 in or after) 


Foreign Document that is valid, approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and electronically verified by DMV with the country of origin: or

Mexican Federal Electoral Card (Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE) Credencial para Votar – 2013 version) 

Mexican Institute National Electoral Card (Instituto Nacional Electoral (INE) Credencial para Votar – 2014 version) 

Mexican Passport (issued in 2008 or later and includes digital photo and digital signature) 

Mexican Consular Card (Matricula Consular – 2006 or 2014 versions) Foreign Passport that is valid and approved by DMV (see page 4 & 5 for list of DMV approved passports).  

The customer must also provide his/her social security number (SSN) that is electronically verifiable with the Social Security Administration. 

Source: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/wcm/connect/11a86d62-f848-4012-bc7d-4192bdef4f00/doc_req_matrix.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

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California does not posses the resources to properly verify a persons identification. Proper vetting of foreign nations belongs to the Federal Government.

California should NOT be giving a false belief that they are properly vetting Foreign nationals.

Foreign nationals with California I D credentials are encouraged to participate in the Federal Welfare system, self administered by California, self regulated.


This fraud needs to be stopped.