CIVIL LAWSUIT FILED AROUND CALIFORNIA PRIMARY ELECTION
from a distanceJune 11, 2016 Re: Lawsuit to be Filed re: votes
In about eleven states, there has been noted a significant difference between the exit polls and the electronic vote totals presented on the morning after the primaries. These differences show votes appear to be shifted from Bernie Sanders to Hillary Clinton. The chances of this kind of shift happening are considered to be statistically impossible between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning in these eleven states.
Election Justice USA A team of civil rights attorneys including Bill Simpich, Stephen R. Jaffe, and Election Justice filed a Federal civil lawsuit concerning several omissions of critical information by county Registrars that will sideline partisan and no-party preference voters in the 2016 California Primary.
Violations of state law are alleged, which range from the omission of information needed by NPP voters to elect Presidential candidates of the American Independent, Libertarian, and Democratic Parties, to improper information provided to Party voters that want to re-register as independents.
Violations by counties create a potential disenfranchisement of thousands of voters statewide since these infractions are not confined to the localities named in the suit.
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