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…
While everyone is screaming Russia Russia Russia about interfering in our elections, California and other states care less about what is going on with absentee ballots.
Of course, the idea that no ID is necessary is another potential of fraud that is called voter suppression. But the beat goes on.
When I lived in Florida it was possible to set up having one’s ballot sent to your home a good time before the election date. I moved and often wondered what happened to my ballot.
Florida registers voters at the time one gets one driver’s license.
I selected GOP. When I received my registration I was listed as independent which meant I was knocked out of the primary.
Now Townhall has this:
Adam Housley, a former correspondent for Fox News, said he received two ballots: one for non-party preference (NPP) and one for the libertarian ticket. What makes the scenario even more troubling? Housley said he has never registered as a libertarian.
In a state with millions of people, a small flub here and there is likely to happen, but it turns out Housley wasn’t the only one who received multiple ballots..
All is well in the swamp.