Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
Il problema sarebbe davvero semplice da un punto di vista legale: c’è una legge e la si dovrebbe applicare.
Ma la California è una roccaforte liberal democratica che per trenta anni non ha applicato il National Voter Registration Act of 1993, complici il governo locale e quello federale. Con tutte le Corti di Giustizia liberal, manco a dirlo che i ricorsi dei repubblicani erano regolarmente bocciati.
L’oggetto del contendere sono le liste elettorali di molte contee californiane, che contengono molti milioni di iscritti in più rispetto al numero dei cittadini elettori.
Solo che questi milioni di elettori fantasma sono regolarmente andati a votare e, guarda caso, hanno sempre votato i candidati democratici.
I malevoli repubblicani dicono che far votare cittadini inesistenti sarebbe una frode elettorale, mentre i liberal democratici affermano che stavano solo interpretando in modo corretto la volontà popolare.
Adesso la solfa è finita.
«We have signed a settlement agreement with the State of California and the County of Los Angeles under which they will begin the process of removing from their voter registration rolls as many as 1.5 million inactive registered names that may be invalid.
These removals are required by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), a federal law requiring the removal of inactive registrations from the voter rolls after two general federal elections (encompassing from 2 to 4 years). Inactive voter registrations belong, for the most part, to voters who have moved to another county or state or have passed away.»
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Conference report filed in House (04/28/1993)
National Voter Registration Act of 1993 – Requires each State to establish Federal election voter registration procedures by: (1) application made simultaneously with a driver’s license application; (2) mail; and (3) application in person at a designated Federal, State, or nongovernmental office, or at the applicant’s residential registration site in accordance with State law.
Declares that this Act does not apply to any State that has no voter registration requirement with respect to elections for Federal office and/or in which voters may register at the polling place at the time of a general election for Federal office.
(Sec. 5) Declares that each State motor vehicle license application (or renewal application) shall simultaneously serve as a voter registration application with respect to Federal elections, unless the applicant fails to sign the voter registration application. Sets forth provisions regarding: (1) forms and procedures; and (2) transmittal deadlines.
(Sec. 6) Requires each State to use the mail voter registration application form prescribed by the Federal Election Commission (Commission). Authorizes a State to develop its own form provided it meets the requirements of this Act.
Authorizes a State to require first-time voters to vote in person, with exceptions for overseas and handicapped or elderly persons.
Authorizes the removal of a voter application in the case of an undelivered (returned) notice of an application made by mail.
(Sec. 7) Requires each State to designate voter registration agencies including: (1) all State offices that provide public assistance, unemployment compensation, or disability services; (2) State or local government offices; (3) Federal and nongovernmental offices (upon their agreement); and (4) armed forces recruitment offices.
(Sec. 8) Requires each State to: (1) assure that any eligible applicant who submits an application by a certain deadline is registered to vote in the election; (2) require the appropriate State election official to notify each applicant of the disposition of the application; (3) provide that the name of a voter may not be removed from the official list of eligible voters except by reason of death, criminal conviction, mental incapacity, change in residence, or voter request; (4) inform applicants of voter eligibility requirements and penalties provided by law for submission of a false voter registration application; (5) conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove from the official lists any voters ineligible by reason of death or change of address; and (6) ensure tht the identity of any voter registration agency where a particular voter registered is not publicly disclosed.
Provides that any State program or activity to protect the integrity of the electoral process by assuring an accurate and current voter registration roll for elections for Federal office shall: (1) be uniform and nondiscriminatory; and (2) not result in the removal of the name of any person from the official list of registered voters for failing to vote.
Prohibits a State from removing the name of a voter from the official list of eligible voters for Federal elections on the grounds that the registrant has moved, unless such registrant: (1) confirms in writing that he or she has changed residence to a place outside the jurisdiction of the registrar; or (2) has failed to respond to a notice from the registrar and has not appeared to vote and, if necessary, correct the address in an election during a certain period.
Provides for the opportunity to vote of a person who has changed address without properly notifying the registrar.
States that in the event of a change of address, for voting purposes, of a voter to another address within the same jurisdiction, the registrar shall correct the voting registration list accordingly. Prohibits such voter’s name from being removed from the registry of eligible voters by reason of such change of address, except as provided in this Act.
Requires the United States attorney to give the chief State election official written notice of an offender’s felony conviction in Federal district court.»
È del tutto naturale che un attornay liberal democratico non troverà alcunché di felony nel far votare i morti, purché abbiano votato democratico. Lo diceva anche Al Capone e don Gambino.
«Eleven of California’s 58 counties have registration rates exceeding 100% of the age-eligible citizenry.’
‘California has the highest rate of inactive registrations of any state in the country. Los Angeles County has the highest number of inactive registrations of any single county in the country’»
«Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a federal lawsuit against Los Angeles County and the State of California over their failure to clean their voter rolls and to produce election-related records as required by the federal National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) (Judicial Watch, Inc.et al. v. Dean C. Logan, et al. (No. 2:17-cv-08948)). The lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California’s Western Division on behalf of Judicial Watch, Election Integrity Project California, Inc., and Wolfgang Kupka, Rhue Guyant, Jerry Griffin, and Delores M. Mars, who are lawfully registered voters in Los Angeles County.
Judicial Watch argues that the State of California and a number of its counties, including the county of Los Angeles, have registration rates exceeding 100%:
Eleven of California’s 58 counties have registration rates exceeding 100% of the age-eligible citizenry.
Los Angeles County has more voter registrations on its voter rolls than it has citizens who are old enough to register. Specifically, according to data provided to and published by the EAC, Los Angeles County has a registration rate of 112% of its adult citizen population.
The entire State of California has a registration rate of about 101% of its age-eligible citizenry.
Judicial Watch points out that this is due in part to the high numbers of inactive registrations that are still carried on California’s voter rolls:
About 21% of all of California’s voter registrations, or more than one in five, are designated as inactive.
California has the highest rate of inactive registrations of any state in the country…. Los Angeles County has the highest number of inactive registrations of any single county in the country.
Although these inactive registrations should be removed after a statutory waiting period consisting of two general federal elections, California officials are simply refusing to do so.
Judicial Watch explains that, even though a registration is officially designated as “inactive,” it may still be voted on election day and is still on the official voter registration list. The inactive registrations of voters who have moved to a different state “are particularly vulnerable to fraudulent abuse by a third party” because the voter who has moved “is unlikely to monitor the use of or communications concerning an old registration.” Inactive registrations “are also inherently vulnerable to abuse by voters who plan to fraudulently double-vote in two different jurisdictions on the same election day.”
Judicial Watch sent a written request for public records on November 16, 2017, and another on November 29, 2017, seeking information about “the number of inactive registrations on the voter rolls in Los Angeles County,” but was told each time that there were no responsive records. ….»
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Alla fine la questione è arrivata alla United States District Court for the Central District of California’s Western Division.
«Eleven of California’s 58 counties have registration rates exceeding 100% of the age-eligible citizenry. ….
The entire State of California has a registration rate of about 101% of its age-eligible citizenry ….
About 21% of all of California’s voter registrations, or more than one in five, are designated as inactive ….
California has the highest rate of inactive registrations of any state in the country…. Los Angeles County has the highest number of inactive registrations of any single county in the country. ….
The lawsuit confirmed that Los Angeles County has on its rolls more than 1.5 million potentially ineligible voters»
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Cause analoghe sono in corso in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana e Maryland.
«on comparisons of national census data to voter-roll information, there were 3.5 million more names on various county voter rolls than there were citizens of voting age»
Far votare i morti e gli inesistenti è un brevetto registrato dei liberal democratici.