California’s recall on Tuesday will be the biggest election since Joe Biden became president, and its results may hint at the political trajectory of the country.

In a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-to-1, Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom is seen as having the upper hand in his bid to fend off the GOP-fueled recall. Republican talk show host Larry Elder is the leading Republican replacement.

But California’s recalls are like no other elections. Voters first have to decide whether to recall the officeholder, at least that’s what we all thought.

Recently, San Fernando Valley voters discovered something really shady problems.

Watch the situation posted by Paul Nelson:

Some voters in El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills say that they already voted which in fact that is not the case. Weird but fishy.

Estelle Bender, 88, said she wasn’t the only one being told she had already voted and she said that she left really angry.

“I’d still like to know how I voted.” She added.

The spokesman noted that the provisional ballots issued are a “failsafe option” to ensure that everyone’s votes are counted and once the eligibility of the voter is verified, [the ballots] are processed and counted and after troubleshooting the issue, the equipment at the locations was replaced and voting continued.

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder’s office also confirmed that there were issues with the settings on devices used to check in voters prior to voting.

Even though this may seem a technical issue, but this is still odd, especially when the Dems’ president’s win earlier this year was fraud-ridden.

Sources: 100% FedUp, KTLA

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  1. Dennis Karoleski

    Anybody want to bet who all those “weird” votes were for. Just another democrat party vote as usual, comrade.


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