California Appears to Invite Voter Fraud

Election Integrity Project

Audit shows hundreds of thousands more registered voters than eligible citizens.

California’s Election Integrity Project (EIP) was astounded last week by the magnitude of the anomalies unmasked in its routine audit of California’s new VoteCal voter registration database. Five counties alone account for nearly one million more registered voters than citizens of voting age!

The number of registered voters reported on the California Secretary of State website reflects only the number of “Active” voters. Not reflected in that number are millions of “Inactive” voters included in VoteCal. Inactive voters are people who have not voted for an extended period of time and who have not responded to mailings. Many have moved or are deceased and according to federal law, they should have been removed long ago.

The number of Active voters plus the number of Inactive registrants adds up to impossibly high registration rates throughout the state. This pushes the total voter registrations well over the number of eligible citizens in those counties. These Inactive registrants are still qualified to vote.

Why is this important? It’s easy for anyone to claim to be an inactive voter and vote in their name. Voter impersonation is the perfect crime since California does not require voter ID.

This highlights the seriousness and depth of the threat to the integrity of California elections caused by the Secretary of State’s non-compliance with the federal laws that require states to have accurate voter rolls. Until compliance is achieved, countless opportunities for those who know how to manipulate the system will continue to exist, making it easy to commit voter fraud in California by way of voter impersonation.

“Having such large numbers of inactive registrants on the voter rolls opens the door to voter impersonation,” said Linda Paine, EIP’s President. “By perpetuating an environment that enables people to vote fraudulently, the Secretary of State fails to protect the civil rights of California voters and clearly undermines the integrity of elections in our state. This is an affront not just to citizens in California, but to every citizen of the United States!”

The statistics referred to in the above article can be viewed below.

2016 CA Election Integrity Project Report_ Executive Summary_Final_6.13.2017

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13 Responses to California Appears to Invite Voter Fraud

  1. Carla Virga June 19, 2017 at 10:40 am

    Voter ID is not required either because 1) Democrats believe black people are too stupid to obtain photo ID; or 2) Democrats cannot win elections without massive voter fraud.

  2. Patti Bersbach June 19, 2017 at 9:54 am

    One can assume that it is the Democrats that are “cooking” the books and others can assume Republicans are doing so. It is difficult to assess the number of eligible to vote. Two reasons come to the forefront. It is seldom reported when a voter dies so that increases the total number of eligible voters. It is also not reported when voters move out of the area. These are two of many reasons why there is a discrepancies. Regardless whether the current administration is involved in the Russian interference in our election, the fact remains, it is a fact that there was interference. This, too, could cause the disparity in numbers. So before you get your panties in a bunch, it helps to know some facts. It is also true that without Russian interference, voter fraud was very, very low.

  3. Janet Story June 19, 2017 at 9:53 am

    Not only voter iD, but proof pic citizenship! And if a state refuses to comply with federal voting regulations, their votes are null and don’t count towards any state or federal voting!

  4. michelle morris June 19, 2017 at 9:05 am

    I guess due to this new information we now should get picture id for voting to be fair and have the numbers correct.

  5. Cm June 19, 2017 at 8:45 am

    Would love to show ID, everyone needs ID for buying alcohol or cigarettes, or cashing a check, it is free to get an ID card if you are low income, why not prove who you are with a picture!

  6. Damon Poor June 19, 2017 at 7:48 am

    My question is whats up with San Francisco’s numbers. Only a half million registered voters? Somethings no right there. If thats all the voter’s how do they wield so much power?

  7. Craig Stidham June 19, 2017 at 7:29 am

    should be required to show valid state ID.

  8. Jim Stout June 19, 2017 at 7:25 am

    Tom Hayden won his California Assembly seat by setting up a paid registrar in each apartment who signed up all renters to vote. Average stay was 6 months but everyone who ever lived there voted for years. (He was married to Jane Fonda at the time.)

  9. Marinevet June 19, 2017 at 6:42 am

    We have picture ID required here in Michigan. Why don’t all states have it. It is not anymore than an inconvenience for people to have a valid state ID. There is no reason that everyone who votes should not have an ID. You need one for almost any other transaction. Those transactions are much less important then keeping voter integrity in place so elections are fair.

  10. Debbie Mitchell June 17, 2017 at 11:51 am

    I agree with Robert – you need a photo ID for Library card, to rent an apartment, to get a job at most places – I don’t see that as discriminatory.

  11. Robert Hodson June 17, 2017 at 7:17 am

    I don’t think it is an imposition or discriminating to require a picture ID to vote. ID is required to get a cell phone, cash a check, and often to make a credit card purchase.

    • William Hicks June 17, 2017 at 9:04 am

      For sure

  12. William Hicks June 15, 2017 at 5:35 am

    Are democrat politicians so weak in their arguments that they have to cook the books/cheat in order to get their super majority in Sacramento?


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