ANAHEIM, CA – A report from Big League Politics alleges that the California Republican Party is jumping aboard the proverbial COVID passport train, with the state’s political party reportedly requiring attendees for an upcoming convention be either fully jabbed or showcase a negative COVID test.

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The California Republican Party will reportedly have this COVID jab/testing policy in place for their event in April that’ll be taking place in Anaheim, reasonably drawing the ire of some notable Republicans. California based filmmaker and congressional candidate Errol Webber made mention of this purported policy being instituted for the event, calling it “unbelievable.”

“The California Republican Party will be ‘enforcing COVID compliance,’ REQUIRING mandatory proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend the upcoming CAGOP convention in Anaheim. Unbelievable!” he tweeted.

While Webber proclaimed that the state’s Republican Party will be imposing this mandate at the upcoming April event, the party has not yet officially made such an announcement whether one will be in place.

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Of course, with as much pushback the notion is already attaining even before a formal announcement, the California Republican Party may very well abstain from such an effort even if they were seriously considering the institution of once.

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In terms of efficiency as a political party within the state, the California Republican Party has had a bit of a spotty track record in recent years. California experienced what was coined as a “blue wave” during the 2018 midterms with respect to congressional seats, but Republicans managed to reclaim some seats in 2020. But, despite gaining seats in 2020, the effort to unseat Governor Gavin Newsom during the recall election in 2021 was a failure.

Even though the state’s Republican Party could harbor some of the blame with respect to not bearing the greatest track record, it’s hard to ignore that – in terms of voters within the state – registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1.

As for potential Republican candidates for the 2022 gubernatorial election in California, Larry Elder, who lost the 2021 recall election to Governor Newsom, has already stated that he will not be attempting another run for office.

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