Following the 2018 Midterms, several districts in California that were thought to be safely in Republican hands, ended up being won by Democrats. It was curious at the time since many of those races were not called until days after the election itself when counting, in general, can be finished in a matter of hours.
It was fishy, to say the least.
Then came word that there were problems with getting voter registrations processed from the DMV. That report came in December and as a result, the American Civil Liberties Union and the League of Women Voters filed lawsuits to be sure that all eligible votes were counted.
On Monday, the Attorney General of California, Alex Padilla, reached a settlement with the two liberally leftist entities to investigate the issue.
Monday’s settlement raises the possibility that a full investigation of the delayed voter registration documents could reveal races in which the outcome might have changed had those voters been allowed to participate. State officials now have 60 days to complete an investigation into the identity of those voters and why DMV staff members failed to transmit the files in a timely fashion.
Curious, given that We the People have always been assured that voting irregularities don’t exist and that these close races that are called in favor of the Democrat IN EVERY INSTANCE days later happen when provisional ballots are counted or more are found under sinks and in-car trunks.
What is interesting here, though, is that the “problems” reported in California do not stop at the DMV simply slow walking voter registrations.
Several other problems were reported just days after state officials launched the DMV’s automated voter registration system in late April. Those included multiple registration forms sent to counties for the same voter, flawed registrations for 23,000 DMV customers and a limited number of non-U.S. citizens — permanent green-card residents — mistakenly added to the voter rolls.
So, California is admitting at least one source of voter registration in the state is flawed and may well have affected the outcome of individual races.
This investigation should yield interesting results.