Former Fox News journo Adam Housley is reporting that he received two different mail-in ballots ahead of the Super Tuesday primary in a few week. How widespread is this???
Congrats California you have sent me two ballots. One as a non party preference, which I’ve been for 20 years and one as a Libertarian…which I have never registered. Neither one has many choices other than new taxes. Being honest and ripping one up. Makes me wonder tho pic.twitter.com/6QDS0zPX2V
— Adam Housley (@adamhousley) February 21, 2020
A quick glance at his replies shows others have experienced the same thing:
I also got two. When I called the Elections office they said they were getting lots of calls about that. Mine was because I switched parties, but still…
— NapaValleyChick (@NapaValleyChick) February 21, 2020
A friend of mine recently got two with two variations of her name. Made me wonder as well.
— Judy Michelson (@JudyMichelson1) February 21, 2020
I got two as well, one non-partisan and one was party affiliated…wtf???
— Bobby Chacon (@BobbyChaconFBI) February 22, 2020
And California is still mailing out ballots to people who have moved out of state:
I moved to Texas in 2012 & changed my license but still have a home in CA. I still get mail in ballots to vote in CA. If I wasn’t an honest person I could easily vote in both.
— Anne Carrillo (@wildcatanne) February 21, 2020
Others are reporting one ballot but their party preference was changed:
Saw a tweet from someone in CA they had changed her party registration without her requesting it. She was warning everyone to check their registration.
— Nancy Heitmeyer (@heitmeyernancy) February 21, 2020
I didn’t get two ballots but my party preference was changed from Republican to No Preference.
— NorwichFan (@SiosNorwich) February 22, 2020
2 million ballots have already been returned:
Super Tuesday is still more than a week away, but almost 2 million ballots have already been cast — including in delegate-rich California and Texas. https://t.co/bCoN4MYemD
— CNN (@CNN) February 21, 2020
So, how many of those were duplicates? As California took a month to count all the votes this time, just get ready for the chaos now. Great job, Dems. It’s like Iowa, but 12 times bigger!
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