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California wants to do universal vote by mail again despite questionable 2020 results

Staff ReportState lawmakers brushed aside criticism from government accountability groups and citizens this week, moving forward with a bill that would extend the process of sending unrequested ballots to all registrants on California’s poorly maintained voter rolls. In a letter of opposition, the Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) included the preliminary numbers of deceased or relocated individuals who actually “voted,” an indication of irregularities and potential fraud. “In November 2020, well over 440,000 questionable ballots were sent to registrants likely deceased or moved, and that 24,000 registrants were sent 2 or more ballots,” Ruth Weiss, EIPCa director of legislative oversight…