California Gov. Gavin Newsom orders sending mail-in ballots to all California voters are rightly sparking concerns.
His executive order sparked pushback from Republicans, who have opposed the expansion of mail-in ballots out of fear it would lead to voter fraud and is raising the prospect of a legal challenge.
Newsom order sending mail-in ballots to all California voters sparks concernshttps://t.co/jdTNeMovve
— ❌Joe FreedomLover❌🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@JoeFreedomLove) May 9, 2020
“Elections and the right to vote are foundational to our democracy,” Newsom said in a statement. “No Californian should be forced to risk their health in order to exercise their right to vote.”
The move is in response to the coronavirus pandemic, which has shut down a number of in-person voting opportunities in primaries and local elections out of fear of the virus spreading. California becomes the first state to automatically send voters their ballots ahead of the general election. More
“@GavinNewsom signs executive order to send everyone registered a mail-in ballot”
He is trying to rig the election but it might backfire….the people are sick of the democratic rule of their state.😀
Now everyone vote republican up & down the tickethttps://t.co/66CqMhCam5
— America is back! (@nancylee2016) May 9, 2020
If they send ballots to every registered voter there is no need for in-person voting. Did they verify those people are not deceased or have not moved from that address? Is Gov. Gavin Newsom intentionally opening the door for fraud?
This is wrong. ♥️🙏🏻🇺🇸♥️
— Janet (@Janet96820463) May 9, 2020
What could possibly go wrong with this idea……
— No2Losers (@no2losers) May 9, 2020
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