11 CALIFORNIA COUNTIES HAVE MORE REGISTERED VOTERS THAN ELIGIBLE VOTERS
Recent findings from Judicial Watch indicate the potential for rampant voter fraud in the traditional Democratic stronghold of California.
Eleven counties in California have more than 100 percent of their eligible voters registered to go to the polls.
According to the Washington watchdog organization, the counties are Imperial (102 percent), Lassen (102 percent), Los Angeles (112 percent), Monterey (104 percent), San Diego (138 percent), San Francisco (114 percent), San Mateo (111 percent), Santa Cruz (109 percent), Solano (111 percent), Stanislaus (102 percent) and Yolo (110 percent).
Judicial Watch sent similar letters to 11 states – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee, all which also have counties in which more voters are registered than eligible.