California: Gavin Newsom Facilitates Vote-by-Mail for November Election

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California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order to send a vote-by-mail ballot to all registered voters in California for the November election, citing concerns stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. He says the mail-in ballot is not required if there are adequate polling places available, but there is no guarantee that will happen. It is clear that most votes in November will be by mail. -GEG

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Friday signed an executive order permitting all registered voters in the Golden State to vote by mail in the upcoming presidential election, citing concerns stemming from the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

“I signed an executive order that will allow every registered voter in California to receive a mail-in ballot,” Newsom said. “That mail-in ballot is important but it’s not an exclusive substitute to physical locations.”

“People that are otherwise not familiar with mail-in ballots, are uncomfortable with them, may have disabilities, may have other issues that may preclude that as an appropriate option, we still want to have the appropriate number of physical sites for people to vote as well,” the governor added.

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Raymond Eaton
Raymond Eaton
11 months ago

Voter fraud on steroids.