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CALIFORNIA RECALL ELECTION: Watchdogs Point Out A Potential “Flaw” In Ballot Envelopes

An election worker sorts vote-by-mail ballots for Washington state's presidential primary on March 10 in Renton, a suburb of Seattle.

They’re really pulling out all the stops aren’t they?

The California recall election is extremely close, and Democrats are terrified of Larry Elder’s challenge to Governor Gavin Newsom.

Newsom has been credited with utterly destroying California, yet has somehow managed to remain in power until now.

Now we are getting reports that election watchdogs are pointing out a “flaw” in ballot envelopes that could potentially lead to election issues.

By now, Democrats have become licensed doctors of election fraud, and I wouldn’t put it past them for a second to attempt to defraud California’s recall election.

Watchdog groups pointed out this potential flaw:

The Epoch Times explains:

“When I saw this ballot envelope, I was shocked to see that it could reveal someone’s actual vote,” Cox said in a statement. “Our votes are supposed to be private. If someone can tell how people voted, then anyone who comes into contact with ballots could easily tamper with or discard votes they don’t like.”

Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell shared the clip on Twitter at the time, writing, “This is cheating.”

Responding to the video, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk said that ballot envelopes have had holes for years.

“The design of the ballot return envelope is not new and has been used for several election cycles—and the design is a recommended accessibility practice by civic design consultants,” a spokesperson for the office told The Epoch Times in an email, pointing to advice from the Center for Civic Design.

There was also other election malfeasance occurring according to The Associated Press:

California authorities are investigating why a man found passed out in a car had more than 300 unopened mail-in ballots for the gubernatorial recall election.

The man was arrested Aug. 16 after being found in a store parking lot in Torrance, police said.

Investigators with the Torrance police special investigations division, the U.S. Postal Service and Los Angeles County district attorney’s public integrity unit were trying to determine how the ballots ended up in the suspect’s vehicle


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