Latest

Bag Stuffed With Voter Forms Found Dumped in California

Bag stuffed with voter ballots found dumped in California

A man from Contra Costa County, California says he has found a bag stuffed with voter forms containing personal information of numerous residents whilst he was out walking his dog this week. 

Bob Ericson of Concord was walking his dog when he spotted a bag full of papers.

It was already open and the forms were pulled out. I read the top line and it said “voter registration form,” Ericson said.

He immediately posted a photo of the bag on Facebook, amid a growing fear amongst the public that widespread election fraud is taking place in this years primary elections.

Cbslocal.com reports:

“These people would have showed up on Election Day ready to vote, and unable to because their forms had not been processed.  It would have been terrible,” he said.

Assistant Contra Costa County Registrar Scott Konopasek himself saw the Facebook posting, and drove to the park to retrieve the bag Sunday.  He says it turns out someone stole the bag from a woman at a Starbucks.  She’s a signature collector for political campaigns, and while they’re signing, she also encourages them to register to vote – a process that’s perfectly legal.

Apparently the thief ditched the bag in the park nearby.

“Twenty four valid registrations that appear to have been unprocessed,” Konopasek said.

That’s two dozen potential voters who signed cards; trusting they would be registered with the county.

“This stack is photocopies of registrations, there are duplicates of every registration,” Konopasek said.

Copies, but not originals. These cards are believed to have already been sent to the county.

“It’s unnerving to see this kind of information laying around,” Konopasek said.

County officials say all the recovered paperwork will be sent to Sacramento County, where the signatures were gathered.  Konopasek said the incident serves as a reminder.

“Whenever you involve a 3rd party, you’re exposing the privacy of your information to some type of risk,” Konopasek said.

  • EvilVegan

    This image is from another voter fraud issue in South Africa… from 2014.

  • commonlaw

    Ca “treason” charges ramping up for “imposters” holding fraudulent offices!! Jerry brown the franchise manager!!!

  • continuallyamazed63

    Hopefully the explanation of this is true, however, there have been just too many voter fraud incidents to NOT believe it was done on purpose. Still, let’s be very very sure that the people on this list ARE able to vote! Let’s make extra sure. How about someone contact them, and check the voting files to be sure they are registered to vote!

    • April Deming

      She knew they were all voting for Bernie so she threw away the bag and claimed that it was stolen. Someone needs to look at Starbucks video.

  • Devon Grubb

    ‪#‎ShareIt4Bernie‬ NY, WI, WY, PA, RI, CT, IN, NJ, MD, DE, KY, WV, CA, ND, SD, PR, DC, MT, OR, NM ‪#‎USAVoterRegistrationsRHacked‬ ‪#‎StopElectionFraud‬ ‪#‎ProtectYourBernieVote‬ ‪#‎RURegistered2Vote‬? ‪#‎CkVoterRegistration‬ ‪#‎UnitedWeBern‬ ‪#‎WeBernAsOne‬ ‪#‎ItsOurTurn‬

    IMPORTANT: Check your voter registration. Take a screen shot of your registration and print and date it. Take printed registration and your registration card with you when you go to vote. Take a current bill with you, along with your ID, to prove where you live. Some of the Voter registration Election Fraud in the hacked data bases, says people moved out of the country, when this is not the case at all. Registrations are being changed to affiliations, rendering voters unable to vote in closed primary states.

    https://www.headcount.org/verify-voter-registration/

    What to do If your registration has been tampered with?

    __Call 1-866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) or send an email to info@866ourvote.org. If you get voicemail, LEAVE A MESSAGE. They will call you back. This line is run by the nonpartisan Election Protection coalition. More info about the coalition is at http://www.866ourvote.org/about.

    __For on the spot help: Call the voter protection hotline at

    313-216-0661 and get help from the attorneys on standby to help with any issues.

    __NOTE: Document any irregularities that you see at the

    polls /caucus with your cell phone.

    __Save the above numbers in your phone to have them ready.

  • April Deming

    Bullshit!!! The woman saw they were all voting for Bernie so she threw away the bag!!!

  • bigmaple4

    Pretty deceptive headline, just to grab clik bait. The govt. did right, it was the result of petty theft, not corruption.
    This time!

  • Ttoe2

    More than likely, they were fake registrations from illegal immigrants. Lawful registrations are typically done on an individual basis, not in bunches like that unless it’s something like with same-day voting.