The Globe reported Monday voters around California were already reporting voting irregularities when they tried to vote in person. “At El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills, some voters say they were told the computers showed them as already having voted, even though they had not,” KTLA reported.
The Globe has been contacted early Tuesday Election Day by numerous voters who have experienced the same. Here are just a couple of reports:
“Husband and I got mysteriously de-registered to vote. We always get mail-in ballots.”
“I found out over the weekend that my registration address was changed so I never got my ballot. How was my mailing address changed?” another friend wrote. The Globe asked “Could it have happened with a DMV license renewal?” The answer: “nope I have not renewed my license since the last time I voted which was in a special election for Melissa Melendez. I have not changed my address yet not even with DMV, my mailing address was changed to Thermal, CA!! All my other mail is still the same.”
The Globe also published an article Monday on “Where to Vote; How to check your vote.” In that article is a link for those concerned about voting status to check “My Voter Status” on another SOS site. Fill in the questions: Name, birthdate, California drivers license number or ID number, last 4 digits of your Social Security card, and click submit.
Voters planning on voting in person Tuesday may want to check this website first.
Feel free to send us your voting stories either in the comments section or to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will keep this updated.
Here’s one “irregularity” I was sent:
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