According to a report from KTLA, some residents of the San Fernando Valley are saying they wrongly are being prevented from casting a ballot.
“Some voters say they were told the computers showed them as already having voted, even though they had not,” the report explained about the balloting at El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills.
Estelle Bender, 88, said in the report she was “far from the only person who was being told incorrectly that they had already voted.” She reported filling out a provisional ballot and leaving “really angry” (WND). She identifies as Republican and said others facing the same problem apparently do too.
Californians faced a two-part question — if they would like to recall Newsom and who they would like to replace him with. If more than 50% of voters say he should be recalled, he will be replaced with the highest vote-getter in the recall field, which consists of 46 candidates.
Larry Elder, one of the leading Republican candidates seeking to replace Newsom if the recall succeeds, has said he believes “there might very well be shenanigans, as there were in the 2020 election.” His campaign website has a link to a “Stop CA Fraud” website where people can report suspicious voting activity or sign a petition demanding a special legislative session to investigate an election that isn’t even over.