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Liberals examining ballots cast in California Democrat Party leader election for voter fraud

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Examination of ballots cast in race for California Democratic Party leader begins in Sacramento

Supporters of Kimberly Ellis, who lost her bid to lead the California Democratic Party by a razor-thin margin last weekend, started sifting through boxes of ballots at the state party headquarters in Sacramento on Tuesday to see if there were any voting irregularities.

Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman was elected Saturday by party delegates to be the new state party chairman, beating Ellis by just more than 60 votes.

After the election, Ellis called for an audit of the ballots. Some of her supporters questioned whether all the votes came from credentialed party delegates.

On Tuesday morning, representatives from the Ellis and Bauman campaigns started reviewing the ballots, delegate credentialing records and other documents from the election. State party staff members also are in the room to monitor the process.

Neither side is allowed to copy or photograph the ballots, or remove any of the material from the room, said state party spokesman Steve Maviglio.

A spokesman for the Ellis campaign said it may take three or four days to examine all the records.

Ellis said Sunday that she will make a final statement after she has reviewed all the election material. She has not conceded.

She was the director of Emerge California, a Bay Area nonprofit organization that trains Democratic women to run for office.

Bauman officially took over as chairperson on Sunday and met on Monday with staff of outgoing chair John Burton to plan the transition...

In such a close election with such high stakes for the DNC's corporate puppetmasters, it'll be interesting to see what this uncovers.
 

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yo mods, do the world a favor and merge the voter fraud threads.
 

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Examination of ballots cast in race for California Democratic Party leader begins in Sacramento

Supporters of Kimberly Ellis, who lost her bid to lead the California Democratic Party by a razor-thin margin last weekend, started sifting through boxes of ballots at the state party headquarters in Sacramento on Tuesday to see if there were any voting irregularities.

Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman was elected Saturday by party delegates to be the new state party chairman, beating Ellis by just more than 60 votes.

After the election, Ellis called for an audit of the ballots. Some of her supporters questioned whether all the votes came from credentialed party delegates.

On Tuesday morning, representatives from the Ellis and Bauman campaigns started reviewing the ballots, delegate credentialing records and other documents from the election. State party staff members also are in the room to monitor the process.

Neither side is allowed to copy or photograph the ballots, or remove any of the material from the room, said state party spokesman Steve Maviglio.

A spokesman for the Ellis campaign said it may take three or four days to examine all the records.

Ellis said Sunday that she will make a final statement after she has reviewed all the election material. She has not conceded.

She was the director of Emerge California, a Bay Area nonprofit organization that trains Democratic women to run for office.

Bauman officially took over as chairperson on Sunday and met on Monday with staff of outgoing chair John Burton to plan the transition...

In such a close election with such high stakes for the DNC's corporate puppetmasters, it'll be interesting to see what this uncovers.

You racist piece of crap. Voter fraud barely exists, therefore, it isn't a thing. Ask any 'flake.
 

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Examination of ballots cast in race for California Democratic Party leader begins in Sacramento

Supporters of Kimberly Ellis, who lost her bid to lead the California Democratic Party by a razor-thin margin last weekend, started sifting through boxes of ballots at the state party headquarters in Sacramento on Tuesday to see if there were any voting irregularities.

Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman was elected Saturday by party delegates to be the new state party chairman, beating Ellis by just more than 60 votes.

After the election, Ellis called for an audit of the ballots. Some of her supporters questioned whether all the votes came from credentialed party delegates.

On Tuesday morning, representatives from the Ellis and Bauman campaigns started reviewing the ballots, delegate credentialing records and other documents from the election. State party staff members also are in the room to monitor the process.

Neither side is allowed to copy or photograph the ballots, or remove any of the material from the room, said state party spokesman Steve Maviglio.

A spokesman for the Ellis campaign said it may take three or four days to examine all the records.

Ellis said Sunday that she will make a final statement after she has reviewed all the election material. She has not conceded.

She was the director of Emerge California, a Bay Area nonprofit organization that trains Democratic women to run for office.

Bauman officially took over as chairperson on Sunday and met on Monday with staff of outgoing chair John Burton to plan the transition...

In such a close election with such high stakes for the DNC's corporate puppetmasters, it'll be interesting to see what this uncovers.

You racist piece of crap. Voter fraud barely exists, therefore, it isn't a thing. Ask any 'flake.
AskGeorge Bush who commissioned a study on voter fraud and it concluded its basicly nonexistent. .
 

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yo mods, do the world a favor and merge the voter fraud threads.
This isn't voter, election or registration fraud. This was a party election.

Exactly. It's ok to fuck over voters from your own party. Ask Bernie Sanders supporters.
Moron again doesn't know what happened with Bernie. Each post of yours I read proves you know less than nothing on almost every issue.
Maybe that's why you're enamored with Clueless Barbie no talent Kid Rock and pedaphile Nugent.
 

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yo mods, do the world a favor and merge the voter fraud threads.
This isn't voter, election or registration fraud. This was a party election.

Exactly. It's ok to fuck over voters from your own party. Ask Bernie Sanders supporters.
Moron again doesn't know what happened with Bernie. Each post of yours I read proves you know less than nothing on almost every issue.
Maybe that's why you're enamored with Clueless Barbie no talent Kid Rock and pedaphile Nugent.
The videos of the fake coin toss results were a lie, you say?
 

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Examination of ballots cast in race for California Democratic Party leader begins in Sacramento

Supporters of Kimberly Ellis, who lost her bid to lead the California Democratic Party by a razor-thin margin last weekend, started sifting through boxes of ballots at the state party headquarters in Sacramento on Tuesday to see if there were any voting irregularities.

Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman was elected Saturday by party delegates to be the new state party chairman, beating Ellis by just more than 60 votes.

After the election, Ellis called for an audit of the ballots. Some of her supporters questioned whether all the votes came from credentialed party delegates.

On Tuesday morning, representatives from the Ellis and Bauman campaigns started reviewing the ballots, delegate credentialing records and other documents from the election. State party staff members also are in the room to monitor the process.

Neither side is allowed to copy or photograph the ballots, or remove any of the material from the room, said state party spokesman Steve Maviglio.

A spokesman for the Ellis campaign said it may take three or four days to examine all the records.

Ellis said Sunday that she will make a final statement after she has reviewed all the election material. She has not conceded.

She was the director of Emerge California, a Bay Area nonprofit organization that trains Democratic women to run for office.

Bauman officially took over as chairperson on Sunday and met on Monday with staff of outgoing chair John Burton to plan the transition...

In such a close election with such high stakes for the DNC's corporate puppetmasters, it'll be interesting to see what this uncovers.

You racist piece of crap. Voter fraud barely exists, therefore, it isn't a thing. Ask any 'flake.
Most Snowflakes know that voter fraud doesn't really exist.
Except when it comes to Russia.......
 

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Examination of ballots cast in race for California Democratic Party leader begins in Sacramento

Supporters of Kimberly Ellis, who lost her bid to lead the California Democratic Party by a razor-thin margin last weekend, started sifting through boxes of ballots at the state party headquarters in Sacramento on Tuesday to see if there were any voting irregularities.

Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman was elected Saturday by party delegates to be the new state party chairman, beating Ellis by just more than 60 votes.

After the election, Ellis called for an audit of the ballots. Some of her supporters questioned whether all the votes came from credentialed party delegates.

On Tuesday morning, representatives from the Ellis and Bauman campaigns started reviewing the ballots, delegate credentialing records and other documents from the election. State party staff members also are in the room to monitor the process.

Neither side is allowed to copy or photograph the ballots, or remove any of the material from the room, said state party spokesman Steve Maviglio.

A spokesman for the Ellis campaign said it may take three or four days to examine all the records.

Ellis said Sunday that she will make a final statement after she has reviewed all the election material. She has not conceded.

She was the director of Emerge California, a Bay Area nonprofit organization that trains Democratic women to run for office.

Bauman officially took over as chairperson on Sunday and met on Monday with staff of outgoing chair John Burton to plan the transition...

In such a close election with such high stakes for the DNC's corporate puppetmasters, it'll be interesting to see what this uncovers.

You racist piece of crap. Voter fraud barely exists, therefore, it isn't a thing. Ask any 'flake.
Most Snowflakes know that voter fraud doesn't really exist.
Except when it comes to Russia.......

Well done. Spot on.

Their hypocrisy knows no bounds.
 
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Examination of ballots cast in race for California Democratic Party leader begins in Sacramento

Supporters of Kimberly Ellis, who lost her bid to lead the California Democratic Party by a razor-thin margin last weekend, started sifting through boxes of ballots at the state party headquarters in Sacramento on Tuesday to see if there were any voting irregularities.

Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman was elected Saturday by party delegates to be the new state party chairman, beating Ellis by just more than 60 votes.

After the election, Ellis called for an audit of the ballots. Some of her supporters questioned whether all the votes came from credentialed party delegates.

On Tuesday morning, representatives from the Ellis and Bauman campaigns started reviewing the ballots, delegate credentialing records and other documents from the election. State party staff members also are in the room to monitor the process.

Neither side is allowed to copy or photograph the ballots, or remove any of the material from the room, said state party spokesman Steve Maviglio.

A spokesman for the Ellis campaign said it may take three or four days to examine all the records.

Ellis said Sunday that she will make a final statement after she has reviewed all the election material. She has not conceded.

She was the director of Emerge California, a Bay Area nonprofit organization that trains Democratic women to run for office.

Bauman officially took over as chairperson on Sunday and met on Monday with staff of outgoing chair John Burton to plan the transition...

In such a close election with such high stakes for the DNC's corporate puppetmasters, it'll be interesting to see what this uncovers.

You racist piece of crap. Voter fraud barely exists, therefore, it isn't a thing. Ask any 'flake.
Most Snowflakes know that voter fraud doesn't really exist.
Except when it comes to Russia.......

Well done. Spot on.

Their hypocrisy knows no bounds.

Yup.
 

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