Approximately 1,500 “non-citizens” may have been permitted to register to vote in an apparent “error” at the California Department of Motor Vehicles; raising serious questions regarding voter fraud as Americans head to the polls in the coming weeks.
According to ABC News, the California DMV admitted this week that a clerical mistake allowed upwards of 1,500 undocumented individuals to register to vote in the state.
“The agency was alerted to the mistake when Randall Marquis, a Canadian citizen and legal permanent resident in the U.S., went to the Los Angeles Times to tell them about receiving a piece of mail from the DMV saying he was registered to vote,” writes ABC News.
“I got this post card thing, this little piece of cardboard, and it said, ‘Congratulations, you’re registered to vote,'” said Marquis. “I thought, ‘Oh, that’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard,’ and I threw it out.”
“This error occurred when DMV technicians processed customer requests at field offices to change voter eligibility responses on driver license applications,” said a statement from the DMV. “Due to the order in which the change was processed, the customer’s initial responses were retained instead of the correct and revised responses.”
Read the full story at ABC News.