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    Midterms: Numerous Election Integrity Issues Reported In Alameda County, California

    November 8, 2022
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    While there have been election integrity issues reported around the country leading up to today's midterm elections, Alameda County in California has an inordinate amount of problems.

    According to a press release that was issued Monday on the eve of the midterm election, the Alameda Republican Party Election Integrity Committee detailed numerous errors and failures on the part of the Alameda County Registrar of Voters.

    The committee first brought forward the issues concerning election integrity at the November 1 meeting of the Alameda County Board of Supervisors. Committee members testified in connection with a letter from the attorney fo the Alameda County Taxpayers Association, Jason Bezis, in which he threatened legal action if the Registrar of Voters continued to deny election ballot observers "sufficiently close access" to the ballot processing. Bezis's letter also complained that the chain of custody of ballots was not "open to the public." According to election law, observers must be provided "sufficiently close access" to observe ballot processing. At the meeting, some including candidate for State Assembly, Mindy Pechenuk, called for the Registrar of Voters, Tim Dupuis, to resign.

    According to the press release, the election integrity failures are as follows:

    1. Observers have not been allowed “sufficiently close access” to view opening of envelopes and inspection of ballots. They have to watch through a window 15 to 25 feet away.
    2. When observers have asked to see where ballots are brought in from the drop boxes and from the U.S. Postal Service, they have not been allowed to do so. Similarly, observers are not allowed to observe how ballots are stored prior to being processed.
    3. Alameda County has 56 ballot drop boxes. According to the Secretary of State’s directive they should each have a video monitor, “if feasible.” According to Deputy Registrar Cynthia Cornejo not one of the 56 drop boxes has a video monitor. This is not the case in other California counties.
    4.  Alameda County Registrar of Voters has a contract with Konnech Corp. which collects data on election workers. Its CEO was just arrested for transferring data on election workers in Los Angeles County to be stored on a server in China.
    5. Several members of the Alameda County Republican Party Central Committee have observed problems and irregularities with elections in the past, including problems with access for observers. The chair of our committee, Jackie Cota, made repeated requests to meet with Registrar Tim Dupuis since July of this year. Only last Friday, October 28, eleven days before the election, did he finally have a meeting.

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    Due to the reported issues limiting proper election integrity, confirming a lack of video surveillance, and improper ballot processing observation, individuals are able to place numerous ballots in any dropbox around the state. It has caused inflated voter rolls that can be used to manufacture votes.

    Perhaps California should consider overhauling all of its Registrars of Voters - Alameda County certainly should.



    Jen Snow

    Jen Snow is a former paralegal turned freelance writer who has a passion for foreign affairs. When not writing, she can be found curled up with her dog and a good book or outside playing in the Florida sun.
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