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    > One of nine people charged pleaded guilty
    > Eight are still facing various charges, including the use of false names on a petition and voter fraud, the district attorney's office said.
    > Prosecutors say the voter fraud scheme happened during the 2016 and 2018 election cycles.
    Nine people "solicited hundreds of false and/or forged signatures on state ballot petitions and voter registration forms" by offering homeless people $1 or cigarettes for their participation, prosecutors said.
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    > The charges are part of a larger-scale crackdown on voter fraud that the Los Angeles Police Department has been undertaking this year.
    Some of the petitions in which false signatures are alleged to have been collected for include proposals on an oversight commission for the sheriff's department, and other matters relating to clean water and air, [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    Police told the newspaper that the signature gatherers do not appear to be politically-motivated -- they are just trying to make a buck.
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    By Christine Mai-Duc Aug. 10, 2016
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    > Angelo Paparella as president of National Petition Management. He is president of PCI Consultants Inc.
    > Paparella and his competitors, who often deal directly with campaign consultants, usually employ petition coordinator firms and contractors, who in turn recruit, train and manage street teams of signature gatherers.
    > In all, groups spent $45.8 million gathering signatures for [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], an average of $4 a signature, campaign finance records show.


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    Seems to be a real simple solution; simply disallow any votes cast in states like CA where voter fraud is rampant.......THAT would make the left heads explode!
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    still.... Ca's biggest problem is apathy. If they would get out and vote. The fraud couldn't overcome it.
    I remember the Mayor of LA was voted in when only something like 13% of voters turned out. That's pretty bad.
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    This didn't have anything to do with votes. It was all about fraudulent practices used by nine people gathering signatures for ballot initiative petitions These people are paid by the signature's they collect so in essence they were adding a bunch of fake signatures to their daily lists. I understand they were also soliciting voter registrations registering non existent voters. Two simple solutions Pay these people an hourly wage rather than per signature and remove them from registering voters.
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    Ca's biggest problem is apathy. If they would get out and vote. The fraud couldn't overcome it.
    I don't really believe it would make a difference in CA. The votes from those large urban areas overpower the voters from entire rest of the state. Those urban centers are where the Dem's have their power base. Removing around 10 million illegals aliens from the equation would certainly help.

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    Now we know why The Witch won the popular vote...........................
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    Quote Originally Posted by friendof2nd View Post
    Now we know why The Witch won the popular vote...........................
    We knew it back then. They use all the deceit they can.
    They definitely had more votes than they should have. Working that way in many Ca. elections.
    We knew back then. Didn't even have to register to vote. Just show up to the poll with a Ca. drivers license. Allowed to vote. It's easy for a non citizen to get a drivers license in Ca.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieHunt View Post
    still.... Ca's biggest problem is apathy. If they would get out and vote. The fraud couldn't overcome it.
    I remember the Mayor of LA was voted in when only something like 13% of voters turned out. That's pretty bad.
    I have preached that line for the past 50 yrs. even after left California. The problem is the apathetic voter is a malady felt all over the country. To be brutally honest we have had it too good for too long. The wolves have been feeding on the flock with impunity since the end of WW II, with just a few short breaks to pick their next target.
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    The last voter turn-out for Los Angeles had a 7.5% total of registered voters participate. Of that 7.5%, I don't recall how many voted for "Yoga Pants" Garcetti. In another mayoral contest in L.A. about 4 years earlier, 5.5% of registered voters participated. I understand New York City has a similar "voter participation" problem (?).

    You'd have thought all those illegal immigrant "moter-voters" would have increased the numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevejet View Post
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    You'd have thought all those illegal immigrant "moter-voters" would have increased the numbers.
    They might have been the only numbers. Them and the DNC running the polls. .... a very sad thought.
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