Fake Ballot Drop Boxes Have Popped Up In Southern California. They're Not Legal. (UPDATED) | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Fake Ballot Drop Boxes Have Popped Up In Southern California. They're Not Legal. (UPDATED)

UPDATED ON OCT. 13: Tuesday afternoon on NPR's All Things Considered, state GOP spokesman Hector Barajas said they "may actually be expanding the program ... We are ready to go to court over this because we're going to make sure that we protect the options for individuals to be able to turn in their ballots."

ORIGINAL STORY FROM OCT. 12:

The Orange County District Attorney is investigating unofficial ballot drop boxes set up at churches, political party offices and retail locations. The boxes, which also popped up in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, are labeled to resemble county-sanctioned containers, and some public officials have shared their locations, encouraging supporters to use them to cast their votes.

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