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Provisional Ballots

A Provisional Voter is definded as 'a citizen whose eligibility to vote in that precinct cannot be established by Poll Workers on Election Day'. The Register of Voters researches each of these ballots to determine if any contests can be counted towards the election. The Register of Voters needs as much clear information from the voter as possible in order to determine if the Provisional Ballot can be counted.

Provisonal Ballot

Personal Note:
As a Poll Observer during the November 2012 Election I witnessed a women trying to vote by Provisional Ballot from Los Angeles in a Precinct downtown San Diego where she was told by the Precinct Inspector it was illegal for her to vote in San Diego County and denied the woman a Provisional Ballot. This woman walked two blocks down to the Thomas Jefferson Law Center which was another Precinct asked for a Professional Ballot and voted. I watch the PB be put into the Ballot Box.

I told the Precinct Inspector that she was from Los Angeles and it was illegal for her to vote in San Diego Country which is specifically written on the Provisional Ballot Envelope where the signature goes. The PI stopped the woman and told her what she did was illegal but let her go. I called my supervisor and let them know this happened and made out a report. 3 months later I called the District Attorney’s Office to ask how many much PB voter fraud was prosecute from the November 2012 election, the answer was NONE. I was told by ROV the Woman should never have been denied a Provisional Ballot and should have been allowed to vote and we are not be the Ballot Police.

ROV counts the Ballots in the following manner:

1. MAIL BALLOTS
2. NORMAL BALLOTS
3. PROVISIONAL BALLOTS

Provisional Ballots are counted last because the person may not have met all of the requirements to register to vote and does not appear on any Voter Roster and if there are any errors the vote is simply not counted, but of course we have to trust the ROV to do their job. Rarely if ever does the ROV moves forward on a voter fraud conviction for these types of errors. If a PB for some reason is not counted because the person is obviously a non-citizen the PB is simply discarded, but no investigation into Voter Fraud is conducted thus the low numbers of voter fraud convictions due to non-citizens voting. The truth is the State is not looking for the single non-citizen voter and for one to appear on their radar of the ROV would mean that non-citizen was very stupid and voted multiple times which the State of Elections would have to turn over the evidence to the DA for prosecution to make an example out of them like this illegal alien who voted NINE times...

Illegal alien arrested, charged with voter fraud

The investigation began in February 2009 when Azada admitted to a USCIS officer during an interview for an immigration benefit that she had voted in an election. It is illegal for foreign nationals to vote in national or state elections in the United States.
A subsequent investigation revealed that Azada allegedly voted nine times in primary, general and consolidated elections between 2003 and 2009. According to the arrest warrant, Azada allegedly falsely claimed to be a U.S. citizen on two Illinois Voter Registration applications.

Registrar Of Voters To Review Ballots In Tied Chula Vista Race

"McCann said he is optimistic the reconciliation process will go his way.

"We’re still hoping somewhere out there that there’s good number of votes that they didn’t count that will be for us," he said."

"During the review process, Vu said workers are looking to see if ballots were improperly scanned or tallied. For example, a voter could have signed for his or her ballot at the polling location but walked off without dropping it in the ballot box."

Councilman McCann was looking for Professional Ballots or MAIL Ballots which were not counted due to 'Signature Mismatches' where a Ballot was not counted because an Election Worker for the ROV determined the signatures didn't match the one at the ROV.

Chula Vista CA City Council candidates McCann and Padilla were tied at 18,450 votes after the November 2014 election. There were two recounts that went into December where the Republican barely pulled it out. Unsuccessful lawsuits by the Democrat were filed in January of 2015. Chula Vista is very close to the Mexican Border and since there no proof of citizenship requirements to vote this election CA doesn't know how many noncitizens voted because they are not looking for them .  I'm just guessing but if there were POC requirements McCain may have won by a greater margin.

Al Franken is a U.S. Senator by less than 300 votes where the Minnesota Majority found over 1000 illegitimate voters in the 2008 election but the State of Elections Office would only accept 126, not enough to swing the election for Norm Coleman.

Minnesota Majority came up with overwhelming evidence that over 1,000 ineligible felons voted illegally in the Franken vs Colman contest of 2008. That’s more than 3 times the victory margin Weird Al needed to win through litigation. MM cross-checked criminal apprehension data to voter history files, and then examined court records to verify matches, convictions, and probation records. Since 2009 courts in MN have convicted 177 felons for voting illegally in that Senate Race of 2008; another 66 Felons were awaiting trial. The numbers would be greater but the law says someone must be ineligible and “knowingly” voted unlawfully which is next to impossible to prove. In 2008 Fox News went door-to-door to interview some of the felons who were convicted of voting illegally, 9 of the 10 felons interviewed said they had voted for Al Franken. When asked she helped Franken get into office Felon Sabrina Ruth Hall boldly said: “I don’t know, but I hope it did”.?

Do non-citizens vote in U.S. elections?

3.2. Voteridentification
Nonetheless, identification requirements blocked ballot access for only a small portion of non-citizens. Of the 27 non-citizens who indicated that they were “asked to show picture identification, such as a driver's license, at the polling place or electionoffice,” in the 2008 survey, 18 claimed to have subsequently voted, and one more indicated that they were “allowed to vote using a provisional ballot.”  
How many non-citizen votes were likely cast in 2008? Taking the most conservative estimate e those who both said they voted and cast a verified vote e yields a confidence interval based on sampling error between 0.2% and2.8% for the portion of non-citizens participating in elections. Taking the least conservative measure e at least one indicator showed that the respondent voted e yields an estimate that between7.9% and 14.7% percent of non-citizens voted in 2008.Since the adult non- citizen population of the United States was roughly 19.4 million (CPS, 2011), the number of non-citizen voters (including both uncertainty based on normally distributed sampling error, and the various combinations of verified and reported voting) could range from just over 38,000 at the very minimum to nearly 2.8 million at the maximum.

The only sure way to find non-citizen voters is for the State or private groups to cross check the Jury Duty Declines due to non-citizenship status against the actual HAVA Voter Database to find a small sample of non-citizens voting. Independent Groups have done this on their own dime but States like CA and NY won't do this because there is no federal requirement to do so. In the end when a non-citizen votes it counts thus canceling out a citizens vote.....and SHOCK...that citizen could be a Democrat!