California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has confirmed that double-voting by mail took place in the March 3, 2020, Super Tuesday primary, according to a report in Breitbart.
These findings were revealed while Democrats push for a nationwide vote-by-mail system, a move that can lead to an estimated 24 million ineligible voters.
Election Integrity Project California sent a letter to Padilla requesting his office look into possible double voting in the 2020 primary election.
“Duplicate registration and voting is a growing problem nationally that is being confronted like seen here, New Mexico, Michigan, and Pennsylvania,” Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) President J. Christian Adams said.
Some in the election-watching community challenged the notion that voting problems were the accidental result of unexpectedly high voter turnout.
Independent journalist and podcast radio host Brad Freidman, of Los Angeles, wrote: “Voting ground to a near halt on Super Tuesday in a number of states, most notably in major jurisdictions in Texas and California relying on electronic pollbooks and unverifiable computer touchscreen Ballot Marking Devices (BMDs). Who could have predicted it? Oh, yeah. We did.”
California is one of many states to experience voting irregularities. Detroit, Mich., had found some 4,800 voters being flagged as having potential duplicate voter registrations, allowing them to vote twice in elections, and possibly 2,500 dead people on the voter rolls.
PILF researchers stated that there are nearly 1,700 dead people on New Mexico’s voter rolls with 1,519 voters listed as being 100-plus years-old, and more than 3,100 voters who have been flagged due to duplicate registration concerns. Allegheny County, Penn. has nearly 1,600 departed voters. Additionally, 1,500 voters who are listed as 100-years-old or over, and nearly 7,500 voters who have been flagged due to duplicate registration concerns.
Election Integrity Project California alleges that there are more than 30,000 duplicated registered voters on the state’s voter rolls.