2020 Election: Over One Million Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California

Did you think California government ran honest elections?  If so, you probably went to a government school and were indoctrinated.  Did you know six counties, between them, have over 1,000,000 INELIGIBLE registrations?  That does not include the three million illegal voters on our voting rolls a Federal judge ordered be deleted—and were not, in violation of a court order.

“In 2017-18, EIPCa sued the LA County registrar and California’s SOS over similar findings. A settlement was reached in which the state agreed to begin removing millions of ineligible, inactive-status registrants from its rolls. While California counties research the eligibility of their inactive registrants, thousands of new voter registrations have been added through the state’s automatic DMV voter registration system, growing the list from eight counties to thirteen. While San Francisco and San Diego counties have made progress by cancelling hundreds of thousands of inactive registrants, new counties joined the list as their new registrations have accelerated.

The one million+ ineligible registrants include inactive registrants (who have not voted in years but are still registered and can vote in any election), persons who’ve likely died or relocated but remain on the active voter list, and tens of thousands of people who have two or more registrations each. EIPCa cannot quantify how many more are ineligible due to non-citizen status or other reasons.”

This is how the Democrats win.  Ineligible voters, than “harvesting” the vote—of people no one knows even exists—but are registered.  Honest elections?  Not in California.

2020 Election: Over One Million Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California

Election Integrity Project CA,  3/26/20   w

Despite a lawsuit and resulting efforts to cancel ineligible registrants,

California’s bloated voter list problems continue.

Santa Clarita, Calif. – A review of California’s statewide voter database shows that 13 counties have more registered voters than eligible citizens– totaling over 1 million ineligible registrants– says Election Integrity Project, California (EIPCa). The overage was calculated by adding together each county’s active and inactive-status registrants and comparing the total to the estimated number of eligible citizens from the California Secretary of State’s (SOS) website. Both sources are dated February 18, 2020.

Six counties have the most ineligible registrants and contribute most to the one million+ ineligibles count. The full list includes Imperial, Lassen, Marin, Nevada, Plumas, Santa Clara and Siskiyou counties.

                                    Total #             Total #                         % of                # Ineligible

County                                    Registrants      Eligible Citizens          Eligible            Registrants

Los Angeles                7,040,216        6,184,428                    114%               855,788

San Diego                   2,306,159        2,232,644                    103%               73,515

San Mateo                   534,316           507,291                       105%               27,025

Solano                         320,863           294,638                       109%               26,225

Santa Cruz                  206,585           187,357                       110%               19,228

Ventura                       563,728           546,938                       103%               16,790

Total Six Counties                                                                                          1,018,571

In 2017-18, EIPCa sued the LA County registrar and California’s SOS over similar findings. A settlement was reached in which the state agreed to begin removing millions of ineligible, inactive-status registrants from its rolls. While California counties research the eligibility of their inactive registrants, thousands of new voter registrations have been added through the state’s automatic DMV voter registration system, growing the list from eight counties to thirteen. While San Francisco and San Diego counties have made progress by cancelling hundreds of thousands of inactive registrants, new counties joined the list as their new registrations have accelerated.

The one million+ ineligible registrants include inactive registrants (who have not voted in years but are still registered and can vote in any election), persons who’ve likely died or relocated but remain on the active voter list, and tens of thousands of people who have two or more registrations each. EIPCa cannot quantify how many more are ineligible due to non-citizen status or other reasons.

“One million ineligible registrants allowed to vote opens doors to election crime in the upcoming 2020 election, especially if they’re mailed ballots,” said EIPCa President Linda Paine. “California needs to take immediate action to correct its bloated voter lists.”

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Comments

  1. Kathy Farmer says

    I moved to my current address over 17 years ago. The people I bought the house from moved to another state, therefore they have NOT voted in the State of CA since then. I still get a ballot for the wife, never got anything for the husband. I presume the hubby was not registered and did not vote. Sheila must be a registered Democrat. They won’t take her off the rolls, I have tried, returned mail, all to no avail. So this year, I got a notice that the registrar decided to send her a vote by mail ballot. Really? Unbelievable…….
    Just to make this clear, I had a roommate who moved to another state in 2005, so has not voted in
    CA since then. He was NOT registered as a Democrat. He got a notice mailed here, stating he would be removed from the rolls unless he jumped thru some hoops, etc. He has not gotten any voter ballots for a number of years, while dear Shiela still gets them. What does that tell you about the voter rolls here in CA?

  2. And how many of these ballots have been taken by Democrat activists, filled out and sent in?

    There a multiple instances where student types are voting in two locations. 1 where they grew up and 1 where they have provisional ballots.

    It is a fraud.

  3. Just wait until November, when Soros will be fraudulently fixing votes in a couple strategic states to win the election for Dems. Unless the election is landslide, the typical 50/50 margin in most states is an easy target for Soros. He has probably got it down to a science by now, since he was pretty successful last election in many smaller elections throughout the country. He is public enemy No. 1.

    The real question is, what to do about it.

  4. Donna Snow says

    This is why Nasty Nancy wants to follow the California way of voting my mail ‼️🤡it corrupt and works for them to steal all elections.
    The voter rolls need to be corrected. People must show ID and use a purple thumb print‼️🇺🇸
    People and computers must be accurate‼️ PAPER TRAILS MUST BE USED‼️

  5. Americus Kestrel says

    What about voting machines that can be programmed to vote any which way?

  6. The voting in California is rigged either by Voting Machines Or illegal immigrants Voting Without Citizenship.

  7. Juanita Steele says

    WE NEED VOTER ID!!!

  8. Joan Bizzozero says

    We absolutely need VOTER ID. Why isn’t it being implemented? And why aren’t the voter rolls being cleaned up?

  9. No voting by mail, unless you’re Military personnel over seas. The reason Newsom, Pelosi and squad are going so in your face rogue is they know their seats are paid for. If we have to start showing ID’s to enter a restaurant to eat a freaking salad, then better show to vote.

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