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Republican Governor Candidate Larry Elder Claims ‘Voter Fraud’ in Recall Election

With polls showing that California’s incumbent governor, Gavin Newson, is likely to survive a recall election, his primary opponent, Republican Larry Elder, has raised the alarm of voter fraud

California’s gubernatorial recall election has taken another dramatic turn. Incumbent Governor Gavin Newsom weathered a series of uninspiring polls that painted the election as a 50-50 proposition for his removal and enters election day with a double-digit lead in the polls. While the polling data points to a clear Newsom win, Republican candidate Larry Elder, Newsom’s biggest competitor, has already made claims of voter fraud.

"What I believe is that no matter what they do -- and I believe that there might very well be shenanigans, as it were in the 2020 election -- no matter what they do, so many Californians are angry about what's going on," Elder claimed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, let's see. So far we have had massive stealing of ballots using the master keys to apartment mailboxes, then we had that story of how Republicans in the San Fernando valley were blocked from voting with the claim they had already voted!

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