Republican California 26th District congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. reported that “many” ballots from his supporters were rejected for a peculiar reason: “unmatched signatures.”
Either a lot of Sabato voters are bad at signing their names, or — as Sabato claims — this is a case of voter suppression. Sabato is running against Democrat Julia Brownley for the seat. The notable actor and model brought some star power into the race, though California is certainly not known for its Republican leanings.
Sabato informed the election authorities Monday, sparking one of the first investigations of this election into voting shenanigans — joining the Georgia Secretary of State’s investigation into the Georgia Democratic Party for allegedly breaching the state’s voter registration programs.
We have been informed that many of our voters' ballots were rejected for "unmatched signatures." This is a blatant attempt by dems to suppress GOP votes. If you have had your ballot rejected in CA, reply to this tweet. We will not be silenced #dirtydemdeeds #VoteAntonio
— Antonio Sabáto Jr 🇺🇸 (@AntonioSabatoJr) November 5, 2018
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