Ric Grenell, the founder of Fix California, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing conservative ideals in California, predicts that the Golden State is “about to be hit with a conservative tsunami” as new voters register with the Republican Party ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
According to Fix California’s website, the organization aims to protect the integrity of elections in the state, with a commitment to register and engage a “diverse coalition of pro-freedom Californians around issues and causes that will improve the lives of every resident.”
The organization successfully registered over 10,000 conservative voters a month in California and engaged with voters to “advance common sense values” in the Democrat-leaning state, Fox News reported.
“This is the type of investment and work that has been missing in California for decades—and it’s why so many conservative voters flee the state,” Grenell, who served as acting director of National Intelligence under President Donald Trump, told Fox News Digital. “I decided I am not moving—I am going to lead the fight to restore the values and policies that made California the place everyone wanted to live.”
Fix California used voter and consumer data in order to identify more than 1.4 million…