Prediction: Newson will win his recall election handily.
San Fernando Valley residents have trouble casting recall ballots
At El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills, some voters say they were told the computers showed them as already having voted, even though they had not.
Bender added that, to her knowledge, many of those affected by this issue are self-identified Republicans, and she’s suspicious
The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder’s office said in a statement that provisional ballots are a “failsafe option” to ensure that everyone’s votes are counted.
“Once the eligibility of the voter is verified, [the ballots] are processed and counted,” the statement added.
Bullshit. The issue isn’t eligibility. It’s whether the person supposedly voted already. You’ll look at the register for that “first” vote, see that “person” is register voter, and accept the ballot. Then you’ll assume all those people simply “forgot” they’d voted, and set their provisional ballots aside, uncounted.
Apparently, everyone this is happening to claim to be Republicans. Convenient, eh?
What did happen? A computer glitch? Fraudulent mail-in ballots, since the state saw fit to mail them to everyone (a Root fan reports receiving 16 ballots for his two-person household)? Fraudulent in-person voting, since Kalifornikated doesn’t do voter ID or signature verification? Dim election workers simply looking up Republicans on the rolls, and “voting” for them?
Shoot, they don’t even have to vote. Log them as “voted” without even casting a ballot, and toss the provisional ballot (see above). That would just leave Dim-ocrat ballots presumably overwhelmingly for Newsom.
But no doubt all those people just forgot about voting already.
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