Individuals in California request voter rolls from the state to determine the number of invalid individuals listed on the rolls.

A group in California is requesting voter rolls so that the group can address any outdated individuals in the files.

Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell told Fox News that his nonprofit Fix California plans to file public records requests to force elections boards to hand over data on their voter rolls so that the group can expose any areas where the rolls may be outdated.

Grenell made the comments in an interview with Fox News ahead of his appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas. He said his group is playing the long game to make conservative Californians feel like they have a voice in the state.

“What we’ve got to be able to do is let people know that their vote matters, that every vote counts, and we’ve got to get them more engaged,” Grenell told Fox News.

Grenell shared:

What we saw in this last election was really frightening,” Grenell added. “It’s one of the problems that we have is that the Democrat liberal left groups that run California have all demanded that people get a ballot regardless of whether or not they’re still in the state. So the county voter registration offices are literally taking old voting rolls and sending ballots to every single person that’s still on the voting rolls.”

We reported before on the unbelievable fraud that occurred in the 2020 Election in California.

EVERY State Should Be Audited – In California 3,000 Votes Were Recorded from an Empty Dorm Building

Many Californians believe President Trump won there as well as in other swing states.  An audit would be great but cleaning up voter rolls will help in future elections as well.

The post A Group of Californians Requested Voter Rolls Per FOIA Requests So They Could Find and Address Invalid Voters on the Lists appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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