In an issue the press suggests we shouldn’t be too concerned about, the California Department of Motor Vehicles says it’s screwed up 23,000 voter registrations based on its stewardship of the state’s automatic voting registration system, known as its motor-voter law.
According to the Los Angeles Times:
Officials insist the errors were limited to 23,000 of the 1.4 million voter registration files sent to elections offices between late April, when California’s new automated “motor voter” system went into effect, and early August. Californians who were affected will soon receive notifications in the mail instructing them to check their voter registration status.
Hey, we know what your first question was, and both the DMV and the press assure that none of them were illegals. They aren’t too sure what happened, which is why they are telling everyone to check their own registrations, but they are … sure there were no illegals. This, despite the origins of the problem they described – that DMV officials left old screens up and the information from the previous clients was sent to the state on behalf of the clients that followed. […]
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