"Unraveling Of A Cover-Up" - California DMV Admits 100s Of Non-Citizens Added To Voter Rolls | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


"Unraveling Of A Cover-Up" - California DMV Admits 100s Of Non-Citizens Added To Voter Rolls

The Sacramentao Bee reports that the DMV wrote, in a letter Monday to the Secretary of State’s Office, that:

“Approximately 1,500 customers may have been registered to vote in error.

This error has been corrected and is separate from the processing error we notified you about in writing on September 5."

In September, The California DMV said it has discovered it sent the Secretary of State’s Office 23,000 erroneous voter registrations.

“We are committed to getting this right and are working closely with the Secretary of State’s office to correct the errors that occurred,” DMV Director Jean Shiomoto said in a statement.

And now, as Sacbee reports, these additional 1,500 errors occurred when DMV technicians processed customer requests at field offices to change voter eligibility responses on driver license applications.

While the 1500 customers added to voter rolls are non-citizens, the DMV claims that none of them are illegal immigrants.

Secretary of State Alex Padilla responded with a harsh letter to the state’s DMV and Department of Technology.

“I remain deeply frustrated and disappointed that persistent errors by the DMV and CDT have undermined public confidence in your basic responsibility to collect and transmit accurate voter registration information, as has been required by federal law for 25 years.”

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