Election Integrity and Voter Engagement for a Better California.

Secure our Elections

Free and fair elections are the cornerstone of our Republic. In California, state and county election officials have abandoned their responsibility to protect our elections and ensure that the voices of Californians are heard. Fix California is committed to holding these officials accountable and establishing a better process that protects every vote.

Advocate for California

The challenges our state faces are beyond politics and partisanship. To fix California, we must deliver a world-class education through choice and competition. We must pursue responsible environmental and energy policy, to drive an economy that not only encourages innovation, but also extends the ladder of opportunity to every Californian.

Engage with Voters

Common sense solutions have been absent in Sacramento, in part because many hardworking Californians are not registering to vote. We are committed to registering and engaging a new, diverse coalition of pro-freedom Californians around issues and causes that will improve the lives of every resident.

California is a magnificent state and we deserve better than the failed leadership and partisan politics of our elected officials. The first step in taking back our state is making sure the playing field is even and the laws governing our elections are enforced.

About Fix California

Fix California is committed to pursuing longterm solutions that advance conservative ideas and causes through out the state. The left’s stranglehold on our state has decimated industries, families, and our way of life. In order to restore the promise of the Golden State, we must do the hard work now.

About Ric Grenell

Ric Grenell is an American diplomat who most recently served as Acting Director of National Intelligence in President Donald Trump’s Cabinet. Grenell also served as the United States Ambassador to Germany from 2018 to 2020 and as the Special Presidential Envoy for Serbia and Kosovo Peace Negotiations from 2019 to 2021. Grenell also ran the U.S government’s global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in the 69 countries where it is a crime to be gay.

Grenell was a U.S. State Department spokesperson at the United Nations for 8 years during the George W. Bush administration and was a voting member of the United Nations Security Council. Grenell also was the foreign policy and national security spokesman for the GOP Presidential nominee during the 2012 presidential campaign.

On April 26, 2018, Grenell was confirmed by the United States Senate by a vote of 56 to 42 and presented his credentials to the President of Germany on May 8, 2018.

Grenell was named as Acting Director of National Intelligence by President Trump in February 2020, making him the first openly gay person to serve in a President’s Cabinet.

Grenell has been placed on the Iranian government’s sanctions list for his work in what they call “promoting homosexuality”.

Grenell has received the U.S National Security Medal, the nation’s highest security award, as well as the nation’s highest Medal of Honor from Kosovo and from Serbia.