Some California poll workers have been told to give “provisional” ballots to all independent voters in Tuesday’s Democratic Party.
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Here’s the 411. If you’re registered as an independent voter in California, you have the right to vote in the Democratic Presidential Primary. Just ask for the ballot.
But look out! Reports out of Orange County are that some poll workers have been told to give “No Party Preference” (NPP), that is, an independent voter, a PROVISIONAL ballot, as opposed to a regular ballot.
Do NOT accept a provisional ballot. As one poll worker told me, “They simply don’t get counted.”
Who would benefit from this switcheroo from legal ballot to “provisional” ballot? It’s just a stone cold fact that independent voters favor Senator Bernie Sanders. Among voters who describe themselves as having “no party preference,” Sanders leads Sec. Hillary Clinton by a humongous 40 points—though Hillary is hugely ahead among registered Democrats.
So one way to steal the election is to make sure those independent voters’ ballots end up in the garbage, uncounted.
And for our readers in the other 49 states: you can bet that the GOP will be shunting voters to these placebo provisional ballots in November.
The revolution is coming. Both the right-wing and the left-wing are sick of the establishment. Neither Trump nor Sanders supporters believe the politicians have their best interests in mind. Anyone who can’t see this tsunami of revolt is purposely closing their eyes to it. That’s usually because they are a part of the system that Americans are now revolting against.
So, would it be nice if Bernie Sanders makes an epic comeback—and it would have to be epic—and wins the Democratic primary? Yes! Is it necessary? No! This is the beginning of the revolt against the establishment, not the end.
California, the most delegate-rich state on the Democratic primary calendar, has recently become almost a second home for the Vermont senator as he barnstorms there ahead of Tuesday’s primary. In May alone, Sanders’ more than two dozen rallies in the state drew more than 160,000 people. The campaign expects its biggest turnouts this weekend in San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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