The Humane Party will be exhibiting at the Central Coast Vegfest in San Luis Obispo on Feb. 17, 2018. https://ccveg.org/vegfest/
The Humane Party Of California; https://humaneca.wordpress.com/ will be at the Saugus Swap Meet Sept. 3, 2017 and we will be there all day with information, free pens and buttons, and voter registration cards. http://www.saugusspeedway.com/
The Humane Party Of California will also be honoring International Abolition Day on Dec. 2, 2017 10:00 A:M to 4:00 P:M with a voter drive at the Old Town Newhall Library http://www.santaclaritalibrary.com/ the address for this library is; Old Town Newhall Library
24500 Main St.
Santa Clarita, CA 91321
Yes, we need about 84,000 signatures to qualify as a legitimate political party in California and it is so easy to do. Go to the website http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/ register to vote, fill out the on line form and change your political party affiliation to ‘The Humane Party Of California’ and let’s get our candidate Clifton Roberts on the ballot for State Senate in June of 2018, then on to the presidential run for 2020. For all the Gullivers https://www.facebook.com/Gullivers-Travels-599387243553807/?ref=bookmarks our there still languishing in slaughter facilities, fur farms, dairies, CAFOs, research facilities; let’s make real history for animals and the environment. Let’s do this.
Please send a letter like this one to your representative stating that you want to preserve and protect the wildlife refuges and sanctuaries in your state or even your country from poachers, trophy hunters, and the continued invasion of animal agriculture.
Rett’s Rascals will be hitting the political trail with https://humanepartyusa.wordpress.com/
TRUE change can come in the political arena and it is here that we will do our most effective activism to date. I will be posting updates on this historical movement and where you can come and visit us to learn more about ‘The Humane Party of California’.
I managed to get in the scene further than I thought they would allow. All the animals were babies. I wanted to cry. L.A County Animal Control officers were the ones that asked me to leave. Not before I got some pictures in along with the front loader putting the deceased animals back into the wrecked truck.