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Loophole Allows Californians to Vote Twice, Newspaper Warns

An election worker collects a mail-in ballot from a voter on Nov. 5, 2018. Watch dogs say a systemic flaw allows California voters to vote twice in an election. (Mike Blake / Reuters)

By    |   Tuesday, 14 May 2019 04:13 PM

A flaw in California’s election process has allowed hundreds -- and possibly thousands -- of Californians to vote twice in each election beginning in 2016, election watchdogs warn.

The Mercury News reports the double-voting snafu was first discovered in June of 2016 just before the Democratic primary. But it appears nothing was done to fix it.

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A flaw in California's election process has allowed hundreds -- and possibly thousands -- of Californians to vote twice in each election beginning in 2016, election watchdogs warn.The Mercury News reports the double-voting snafu was first discovered in June of 2016 just...
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