400,000 Ballots Sent To Californians Who Have Moved Or Died

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400,000 Ballots Sent To Californians Who Have Moved Or Died

Post by psk836 » Sat Oct 17, 2020 12:41 pm

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“Why do you suppose California Republicans are setting up their own ballot drop boxes at churches and gun shops to offer voters a safe way to ensure their votes make it to election officials for counting? Do you suppose they have some concerns about how well the mass mail-in voting system will perform when it’s put to the full test on November 3rd? Perish the thought. I’m sure everything will be fine. Well… nearly everything. But we might not be entirely confident about the eventual fate of roughly 400,000 ballots that went out this month. That’s because their voter rolls don’t appear to have been tended very well over the years and that huge slug of ballots went to people who had either moved out of the state or taken up residence in cemeteries. (CBS Los Angeles).”
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“Millions of California ballots have been delivered to residents across the state as early voting begins for the 2020 general election, but some have gone to people who should no longer be registered to vote in the state.

A new study from the Election Integrity Project California has found that close to 400,000 ballots have been sent to people who moved or died.

“The fear is that people who are dishonest could vote those ballots and attempt to get them counted,” said Evelyn Swenson, who works with the organization. “What kind of confidence to the people of California have in the system when they’re getting ballots from their deceased loved one 10 years ago or someone who never lived there or someone who moved 10 years ago? That hurts the confidence in the election.”

If only someone had warned them about this. Oh, wait… that’s right. We’ve been shouting this from the rooftops for most of the year. States like Washington, where they do full mail-in voting every year have the system in fairly good shape, but it took them years to get there. They had to clean up their voter rolls entirely and then develop better ways to track when people are born, when they die, and if they move. California hasn’t had nearly enough time to seriously take on that challenge. As a result, ballots are showing up in all sorts of incorrect locations.“
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Post by psk836 » Sat Oct 17, 2020 1:13 pm

Democrats are working overtime to widen the margin of fraud.
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Post by clusterchuck » Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:47 pm

Ballot validation by humans & state government recording name & vote on position's or candidates is reason enough for me to take the traditional route.

I'll be voting on November 3rd at my local polling place, where the mail in ballot will be surrendered and replaced with a traditional ballot.
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Re: 400,000 Ballots Sent To Californians Who Have Moved Or Died

Post by nolaxride » Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:24 pm

psk836 wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 12:41 pm
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“Why do you suppose California Republicans are setting up their own ballot drop boxes at churches and gun shops to offer voters a safe way to ensure their votes make it to election officials for counting? Do you suppose they have some concerns about how well the mass mail-in voting system will perform when it’s put to the full test on November 3rd? Perish the thought. I’m sure everything will be fine. Well… nearly everything. But we might not be entirely confident about the eventual fate of roughly 400,000 ballots that went out this month. That’s because their voter rolls don’t appear to have been tended very well over the years and that huge slug of ballots went to people who had either moved out of the state or taken up residence in cemeteries. (CBS Los Angeles).”
And this falls into the category of BFD. CA has been voting by mail for the last decade. 400,000 ballots looks big until you recognize there are 21 million registered voters, and anyone who hasn't voted in the last two elections is automatically dropped from the roles. Further, there is no way for someone to vote with those ballots as the sigs need to match.

The GOP is in violation of CA law with the ballot dropboxes. Absentee ballots that are not delivered in person require a signature to deliver those ballots.
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Post by DallasDimeBags » Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:52 pm

nolaxride wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:24 pm
psk836 wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 12:41 pm
https://hotair.com/archives/jazz-shaw/2 ... oved-died/

“Why do you suppose California Republicans are setting up their own ballot drop boxes at churches and gun shops to offer voters a safe way to ensure their votes make it to election officials for counting? Do you suppose they have some concerns about how well the mass mail-in voting system will perform when it’s put to the full test on November 3rd? Perish the thought. I’m sure everything will be fine. Well… nearly everything. But we might not be entirely confident about the eventual fate of roughly 400,000 ballots that went out this month. That’s because their voter rolls don’t appear to have been tended very well over the years and that huge slug of ballots went to people who had either moved out of the state or taken up residence in cemeteries. (CBS Los Angeles).”
And this falls into the category of BFD. CA has been voting by mail for the last decade. 400,000 ballots looks big until you recognize there are 21 million registered voters, and anyone who hasn't voted in the last two elections is automatically dropped from the roles. Further, there is no way for someone to vote with those ballots as the sigs need to match.

The GOP is in violation of CA law with the ballot dropboxes. Absentee ballots that are not delivered in person require a signature to deliver those ballots.
"400,000 ballots looks big until you recognize there are 21 million registered voters, and anyone who hasn't voted in the last two elections is automatically dropped from the roles."

400,000 as a percentage of the total number of registered voters (15,690,000) according to the link I will provide below is about 2/3 of the percentage of the number of people who have contracted Covid-19 in the USA and died from Covid-19 (so far) and a large percentage of the economy was shut down over Covid-19.

Just saying.....................................


https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... s-by-state
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Post by Chester Cheesewright » Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:55 pm

psk836 wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 12:41 pm
https://hotair.com/archives/jazz-shaw/2 ... oved-died/

“Why do you suppose California Republicans are setting up their own ballot drop boxes at churches and gun shops to offer voters a safe way to ensure their votes make it to election officials for counting? Do you suppose they have some concerns about how well the mass mail-in voting system will perform when it’s put to the full test on November 3rd? Perish the thought. I’m sure everything will be fine. Well… nearly everything. But we might not be entirely confident about the eventual fate of roughly 400,000 ballots that went out this month. That’s because their voter rolls don’t appear to have been tended very well over the years and that huge slug of ballots went to people who had either moved out of the state or taken up residence in cemeteries. (CBS Los Angeles).”
► That's because some voters forget to notify the registrar when they die
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Post by nolaxride » Sun Oct 18, 2020 10:32 am

DallasDimeBags wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:52 pm
nolaxride wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:24 pm
psk836 wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 12:41 pm
https://hotair.com/archives/jazz-shaw/2 ... oved-died/

“Why do you suppose California Republicans are setting up their own ballot drop boxes at churches and gun shops to offer voters a safe way to ensure their votes make it to election officials for counting? Do you suppose they have some concerns about how well the mass mail-in voting system will perform when it’s put to the full test on November 3rd? Perish the thought. I’m sure everything will be fine. Well… nearly everything. But we might not be entirely confident about the eventual fate of roughly 400,000 ballots that went out this month. That’s because their voter rolls don’t appear to have been tended very well over the years and that huge slug of ballots went to people who had either moved out of the state or taken up residence in cemeteries. (CBS Los Angeles).”
And this falls into the category of BFD. CA has been voting by mail for the last decade. 400,000 ballots looks big until you recognize there are 21 million registered voters, and anyone who hasn't voted in the last two elections is automatically dropped from the roles. Further, there is no way for someone to vote with those ballots as the sigs need to match.

The GOP is in violation of CA law with the ballot dropboxes. Absentee ballots that are not delivered in person require a signature to deliver those ballots.
"400,000 ballots looks big until you recognize there are 21 million registered voters, and anyone who hasn't voted in the last two elections is automatically dropped from the roles."

400,000 as a percentage of the total number of registered voters (15,690,000) according to the link I will provide below is about 2/3 of the percentage of the number of people who have contracted Covid-19 in the USA and died from Covid-19 (so far) and a large percentage of the economy was shut down over Covid-19.

Just saying.....................................


https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... s-by-state
21 million registered.

https://elections.cdn.sos.ca.gov/ror/60 ... -stats.pdf
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Re: 400,000 Ballots Sent To Californians Who Have Moved Or Died

Post by psk836 » Sun Oct 18, 2020 10:36 am

clusterchuck wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:47 pm
Ballot validation by humans & state government recording name & vote on position's or candidates is reason enough for me to take the traditional route.

I'll be voting on November 3rd at my local polling place, where the mail in ballot will be surrendered and replaced with a traditional ballot.
The Hive infests and controls every level of government. The humans at the state level and certainly urban local level cannot be trusted.
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Re: 400,000 Ballots Sent To Californians Who Have Moved Or Died

Post by psk836 » Sun Oct 18, 2020 10:37 am

DallasDimeBags wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:52 pm
nolaxride wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:24 pm
psk836 wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 12:41 pm
https://hotair.com/archives/jazz-shaw/2 ... oved-died/

“Why do you suppose California Republicans are setting up their own ballot drop boxes at churches and gun shops to offer voters a safe way to ensure their votes make it to election officials for counting? Do you suppose they have some concerns about how well the mass mail-in voting system will perform when it’s put to the full test on November 3rd? Perish the thought. I’m sure everything will be fine. Well… nearly everything. But we might not be entirely confident about the eventual fate of roughly 400,000 ballots that went out this month. That’s because their voter rolls don’t appear to have been tended very well over the years and that huge slug of ballots went to people who had either moved out of the state or taken up residence in cemeteries. (CBS Los Angeles).”
And this falls into the category of BFD. CA has been voting by mail for the last decade. 400,000 ballots looks big until you recognize there are 21 million registered voters, and anyone who hasn't voted in the last two elections is automatically dropped from the roles. Further, there is no way for someone to vote with those ballots as the sigs need to match.

The GOP is in violation of CA law with the ballot dropboxes. Absentee ballots that are not delivered in person require a signature to deliver those ballots.
"400,000 ballots looks big until you recognize there are 21 million registered voters, and anyone who hasn't voted in the last two elections is automatically dropped from the roles."

400,000 as a percentage of the total number of registered voters (15,690,000) according to the link I will provide below is about 2/3 of the percentage of the number of people who have contracted Covid-19 in the USA and died from Covid-19 (so far) and a large percentage of the economy was shut down over Covid-19.

Just saying.....................................


https://worldpopulationreview.com/state ... s-by-state
And 21 million looks big until you realize that Florida 2000 decided the presidential outcome by 500 votes.
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