Identity thieves appear to be working overtime. One incident had wife’s mother’s voting address changed without her consent.
First of all nobody is going to make the claim that Republicans have any shot whatsoever of becoming relevant in far-left Oregon.
That said, what is going on in Oregon is a microcosm of what is wrong with widespread mail-in balloting.
Gateway Pundit has been looking into a scandal involving ballots in Oregon, where apparently a number of voters had their party affiliation switched from their party to non-affiliate, in effect denying them their right to vote in primaries.
The outlet notes that as the election moves ever closer, a number of so-called “accidents” and mishaps” have been occurring, including at least one incident where a person was told to vote a second time.
There is apparently a group called “My Party Was Changed” on Facebook, numerous members of the group have been posting stories about experiences involving ballots. The outlet redacted names in order to prevent the users from being doxed.
The first incident involved a person who received not one, not two, but three ballots in the mail. Upon contacting elections authorities, the person was told to “just vote again.” Gateway Pundit reports that the vote has still not yet been counted.
In yet another case, a voter received a ballot from their previous state of residence, possesses an Oregon driver’s license and has her cars registered in Oregon for a year. She noted that she had not received primary ballots from her previous state, only ballots for the presidential election.
Another incident saw someone’s mother in law having their address changed without her consent.
Another case reported had a woman from Costa Mesa, CA., receive three different ballots—two from California and a third from Multnomah County, Oregon, all sent to her address in California.
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