Los Angeles County voter errors could overturn failed Gascon recall: Lawsuit
From Washington Examiner:
Volunteers to recall District Attorney George Gascon have found 1,560 valid voter signatures that were thrown out by the county of Los Angeles, prompting a lawsuit to speed the review of all disqualified signatures.
Recall campaign workers have found a 39% error rate after reviewing just 2% of the 195,758 invalidated signatures from the failed grassroots campaign to remove Gascon from office, according to the lawsuit.
The campaign needs to show a maximum of 21% of failed signatures are valid to win the recall. The percentage could be lower if the campaign proves to a judge that dirty voter rolls exist, meaning the county has not cleaned out half a million inactive voters as required by a court order following a Judicial Watch lawsuit.
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