POLITICAL NOTEBOOK

Date:

(Political Notebook)

From the right….Robin Lowe

For more than two years, Californians have had to endure headlines like these:

“Audit finds problems with California “Motor Voter” Program,” from Associated Press.

“More than 23,000 Californians were registered to vote incorrectly by state DMV,” by the LA Times in September of 2018.

“Skid Row Voter Fraudsters Preyed on LA Homeless, Authorities Charge” from NBC in November of 2018. That particular case came as national discourse over voter fraud heated up in November of last year when President Trump, had in the past, alleged (and been proven correct) that “millions” of bogus votes were cast in the 2016 presidential election.

Then there was the August, 2019 California Globe article titled, “DMV’s Six Degrees Of Separation From The Truth About Voter Fraud In California” which explained that thousands of were “…”inadvertently registered to vote.”

Right. Inadvertently. Some began to question, and continue to question Alex Padilla’s competency as California Secretary of State due to these seemingly constant “mistakes.”

The articles above were covered in more depth in an article that appeared in the pages of the Hemet-San Jacinto Chronicle just a few weeks ago. That article chronicled yet more problems with the“Motor Voter” system.

Given the fact that both Google and Facebook have been caught in “undercover stings” admitting that they will attempt to surreptitiously overthrow the electoral process, legal voters here have to wonder if California election officials are just inept…or culpable as well.

In the coming weeks, we will be investigating these issues in depth.

Find your latest news here at the Hemet & San Jacinto Chronicle

Search: Political Notebook

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:

Subscribe to The Hemet & San Jacinto Chronicle

Popular

More like this
Related

Will California’s Medicaid expansion reach the ‘hardly reached’ in California’s far north?

In October, we traveled to Tulelake in California’s far northern Siskiyou County, to talk to undocumented farmworkers about their experience with health care. Across the board, in interviews with close to a dozen individuals, the response was near universal. 

VA launches new surgery initiative across the nation, a critical step to saving the lives of Veterans considering surgery

The Joint Commission and National Quality Forum announced VA’s Surgical Pause practice has been recognized with the prestigious John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Award in the National Level Innovation in Patient Safety and Quality category for its innovative efforts resulting in improved health care outcomes of frail Veterans considering surgery.

Most of Russia’s opposition is either dead, in exile abroad or in prison at home. What happens now?

Alexei Navalny was asked four years ago what he’d tell Russians if he were killed for challenging President Vladimir Putin. “You’re not allowed to give up,” he told a documentary maker. “If they decide to kill me, it means we are incredibly strong and we need to use this power.”

How California political power could shift south – and to the left – after Feinstein

Younger, more liberal, more weighted to the south: California’s political demography is shifting, particularly as two of its political lions move off the stage. For generations, the Bay Area has punched above its weight in terms of influence, and California’s political position has grown up – and old – with it.