California is piling on election integrity concerns with just weeks to go before the midterm election in November with its “motor voter” registration where illegal immigrants – possibly also felons and those under the age of 18 – are being put on voter rolls. According to a Sacramento Bee report, an internal audit from the California Department of Motor Vehicles says about 1,500 such customers may be erroneously registered. They also claim that the error has been corrected. To be fair, it’s a lot fewer than the 23,000 erroneous voter registrations reported just last month. A better question to ask, however, is if 1,500 illegal ballots can swing a tight House race to the left. Congressional races have been decided by far fewer votes.
Here’s more from Hot Air…
Complaints about so-called “motor voter” registration (dating back to the passage of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993) have largely fallen on deaf ears. After all, why not give everyone the chance to vote, right? California has been taking that concept to a new level, however. The DMV there has now issued yet another round of retractions after discovering that an additional roughly 1,500 residents were registered to vote despite being “ineligible.” And in the vast majority of these cases, you already know what that means. They’re registering non-citizens. (Sacramento Bee)
An internal audit from the California Department of Motor Vehicles released Monday shows about 1,500 customers may have been improperly registered to vote.
“Approximately 1,500 customers may have been registered to vote in error,” the DMV wrote in a letter Monday to the Secretary of State’s Office. “This error has been corrected and is separate from the processing error we notified you about in writing on September 5.”