Election Day Coverage and UPDATES
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From Nancy Oakley – I received an email this morning from a longtime personal friend who lives in Sacramento County, CA. He is a Marine Corps veteran, retired law enforcement, and a member of Oath Keepers:
I woke up today and as always on every Election Day I was excited and hopeful. I drank a cup of coffee then got ready to go vote. My wife and I left our home and walked the 200 yards to the school to vote.
There were a few people there as it is a school day and this is a working neighborhood. So my wife and I entered. She was first and the poll worker asked her name. She gave it and the registration was checked then she was asked to sign in. As this was happening, another lady poll worker took my sample ballot to look at the name. She looked at the registration and said, “You are good, we already received your absentee ballot”! I immediately said in a very loud voice, “Voter fraud?” A third person who was behind the table came over and looked at the registration then pointed to my name.
As this was happening I looked at my wife who looked as if she were ready to cry. My blood pressure was rapidly going up and my mind was racing for options. Then as if nothing had happened the same poll worker calmly said, “My bad, I was looking upside down!” I was then allowed to sign in and receive my ballot.
Afterwards my wife asked me what I would have done if they had not allowed me to vote? I said I would have called the registrar of voters to report the incident and would have stayed there until resolved.