Latest investigation shows at least 723,620 invalid voter registrations in CA, final number of invalid voter registrations is expected to exceed a million
Posted on | August 17, 2012 | 4 Comments
PRESS RELEASE by the office of attorney Orly Taitz
Attorney and doctor Orly Taitz appeared today on Heraldo Rivera nationally syndicated radio show. She provided Heraldo with the following information:
Taitz is currently working with a former relational database specialist from NATO, who analyzed the voter rolls in the state of CA. The database shows 723,620 voter registrations, which are invalid due to missing birth date. CA elections code 2150, 2152 stipulate that an affidavit from an elector has to contain a valid birth date, valid country of origin, a Social Security number, drivers license or a number assigned to the voter if there is no Social Security number or Drivers License number. Aside from some 700,000 registrations without a birth date, there were over half a million registrations without a country of origin. Additionally, employees of offices of several registrars admitted that in some cases, where the databases did not contain a birth date, they simply created one, assigned a birth date such as 01.01.1850 or 01.01.1900. Consequently, thousands more potentially invalid registrations are contained in the databases, where data shows individuals, who are 150 years old and 200 years old still voting. This information was forwarded to the FBI and is a part of a legal action that is being conducted as we speak. Taitz is seeking removal from the database roll of all invalid voter registrations before the November election. She is also contesting the results of the primary election for the U.S. Senate, where she ran as a Republican candidate. In this top 2 election, where all candidates from all parties ran on one ballot and top 2 regardless of party affiliation proceeded to the general election, Taitz was polling second out of 25 candidates in 4 consecutive polls conducted by Pulse Public Opinion research, from the first day of the campaign until the right before the election. The last poll was conducted only 2 days before the election. Two day later, on the day of the election, it was announced that Taitz was not 2nd out of 25, but 5th and did not proceed to the general election. These results were suspicious and prompted research by Taitz. Current finding shows that the number of invalid voter registrations exceeds the margin by which the second placed Emken got in the top 2. Taitz is seeking nullification of the results of the senatorial primary, purging of all invalid voter registrations and re-vote. There are other causes of action in the complaint. For more information go to Orly taitzESQ.com or call 949-683-5411 .
End of press release.