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Mysteriously Discarded Ballots That Were Found On A Highway Have Been Verified And Most Of Them Will Be Included In The Election Results

The United States Postal Service and the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters have launched an investigation to determine how a dozen or more Santa Clara County ballots wound up in a ravine in the Santa Cruz mountains, according to communications officer Michael Borja of the registrar’s office.

As for how the ballots ended up on side of the highway, it’s still a mystery. On Nov. 11, a member of the public reported that ballots had been found near Hwy 17 along with other mail and parcels. The ROV says it appears that the ballots had been returned by mail and went missing while in possession of the USPS.

The ballots were discovered in a pile of other mail, discarded in the woods near Sugarloaf Road off Highway 17, Borja said.

Janet and Lou Witkin of San Jose say they were informed that their ballots are among the dozen or more that were discarded. The couple dropped the ballots off last Sunday at a post office on Payne Avenue in West San Jose.

“We were very, very surprised,” Janet Witkin said.

The ballots have been examined, and most will be included in the official results of the recent election, according to a press release from the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters.

the United States Postal Service was able to recover 36 ballots from the area on Highway 17 before turning them over to the ROV. Thirty-one of the 36 ballots could be verified and have been approved to be counted. Four of the ballots had open envelopes, and one ballot had a signature that didn’t match the voter’s signature on file, according to ROV.

California election law states that all ballots can be counted if they are postmarked or dated on or before Election Day or if the USPS can confirm that they were mailed by Election Day.

The ROV says that the recovered ballots faced the same validation and signature verification processes as all ballots counted in the election. However, the ROV is not able to count ballots that have torn or opened envelopes due to the potential for ballot tampering.

A small reminder that this isn’t a satire this is a real story about our last elections!

George Rowe

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Obsrvntcynic
Obsrvntcynic
1 year ago

How many were attributed to each party??

tpm
tpm
1 year ago

Cheating low life lib scum.

bob
bob
1 year ago
Reply to  tpm

I imagine that most of the postal workers are good union loyalists and should never have contact with ballots. There are too any instances of ballots being discarded by them.

justanotherday
justanotherday
1 year ago
Reply to  bob

most of them are plantation monkeys too, loyal to the D plantation owners, and know their plantation job, union owned is almost impossible to be fired from, so yah, no problem here with accountability !!

Empty
Empty
1 year ago

It’s pretty easy; if youre not in the military, or up in space, just go vote in person on the official day of voting. Then they can let the hackers go to work and let postal workers off the hook.

Just Me
Just Me
1 year ago

Personally I’m a big fan of early in person voting, my state requires a picture ID to vote as well as signing the voter sheet. There’s no legitimate reason for dropboxes or ballot harvesting and it’s past time to get rid of it.

Kat
Kat
1 year ago
Reply to  Just Me

That will never happen in CA as that’s how Dems made a very Republican state into a very Democrat state: vote/ballot fraud by way of mail-in balloting for any reason (and now, the COVID “all mail ballots” is still in effect), no ID needed when voting in person, machine voting, low standards for signature match.

Big Crow
Big Crow
1 year ago
Reply to  Just Me

I agree so much.

Kat
Kat
1 year ago

And how many bags of ballots will NEVER be found and counted, that were tossed on the side of the road in CA (and other states)?. The first step in CA’s road to the leftist he11of crime, homelessness, drug overdoses, high taxes, crape roads, etc. (it used to be a deep Republican state for ages) was the “no reason needed absentee balloting” and this is why: some absentee ballots are “lost” and other ballots are “found”. All other western , industrialized nations DO NOT HAVE MAIL-IN BALLOTING FOR ANY REASON (and you need an ID to vote and early voting is just for a day or 2!).

Whitworth, John
Whitworth, John
1 year ago

Vote in person except for quadriplegics and Military overseas…Voter ID required and paper ballots only ,,,if its on the Internet it can be hacked….PAPER BALLOTS!!!!…WHY IS THIS SO CONTROVERSIAL? Anybody who doesn’t agree with the above is in favor of fraud.

Lumpy
Lumpy
1 year ago

Georgia election officials have created a tutorial on how to change a ballot, once it’s been scanned into the system. See it here, and notice the brand name of the machine: https://www.bitchute.com/video/myUv5qZtmOnT/

Nan G
Nan G
1 year ago

Don’t forget joe just created a dedicated Postal Service that ONLY handles ballots!
Just a bunch of demmy-funding unionistas making sure they stay in power forever.

Huapakechi
Huapakechi
1 year ago

Do ya suppose anybody will be fired or jailed over this?

David Pinder
David Pinder
1 year ago
Reply to  Huapakechi

Nope! They’re unionized, above the law.

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