A critic of California’s so-called motor voter registration system says an audit shows an error rate of ten percent. 

State Assemblyman Jim Patterson wants the program suspended. He believes an audit by Ernst and Young fails to adequately examine the role played by the Secretary of State’s office and the Department of Technology.

”Instead, what the State of California decided to do, was merely audit the DMV, and only audit three million out of five million registrations that the DMV had handled.”

The Fresno Republican thinks each agency is trying to pass the blame. The audit finds the “motor voter” system was rushed into service in time for the June 2018 state primary.

”And the more we dig into this, the more we realize that it almost looks like the Three Stooges are registering voters.”

 

Not so fast Nevada

Not so fast Nevada

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign and the national Republican Party have sued Nevada to block a new law that will send a mail-in ballot to every registered voterContinue Reading