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What I've read is that they're unmanned, unofficial.....
By:  Paul (Moderators; 70742)
Posted on: 10-15-2020 11:16.
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I don't think the Dems did it quite like this, did they?

    Secretary of State Padilla and Attorney General Becerra say the law is clear: the unofficial, unauthorized drop boxes in question violate state law and jeopardize the security of voters’ ballots. According to the state officials, the unofficial boxes that appeared over the weekend in Fresno, Los Angeles and Orange Counties misled voters to believe they were official and secure boxes. Some were set up outside gas stations, party headquarters, and gun stores.

    According to Becerra, the only valid drop boxes are secure receptacles established by local elections officials that also adhere to state security standards, and anyone returning a ballot on behalf of a voter must provide their name, signature and relation to the voter on the return ballot. Voters must also know who specifically is returning their ballot.

    “Those ballot boxes would be completely legal if they instead just had a person there,” Mitchell said. “They could say ‘Tom is going to be at the gun shop all day long, you can turn your ballot into Tom,’ and that would be totally legal under California law.”

Edited by Paul at 15.10.2020 11:16:15



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