Shasta County Elections Chief Describes November Concerns About Potential Election Scandal
SANTA ANA, Calif. (Nov. 7, 2012) — SACRAMENTO, Calif. — On November 7, 2012, the Santa Ana Police Department (SAPD) is taking steps to guarantee that every registered voter across Santa Ana County will have their voting records protected by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
In a press conference, SAPD Chief David Lozano said the DOJ’s Voter Fraud Strike Force has been assigned the responsibility to develop a strategy to implement an electronic system that will ensure that every registered Santa Ana County voter’s full name and address are protected and that there is no possibility of any voter being disenfranchised due to errors or errors occurring due to human error.
“This is the single most important election to ensure that every registered voter is properly identified,” said Lozano. “I’ve spoken to the DOJ over the past few days, and they are extremely concerned about this.”
The Santa Ana Police Department plans on making sure that every registered Santa Ana voter will have their voter records updated, including a full name, address and phone number.
As part of the Strike Force’s mission, the Santa Ana Police Department has developed a list of specific goals that the Strike Force will focus on in the next few weeks to ensure that every registered voter has their voter records protected.
The following are the key points that the Strike Force will focus on:
Make sure every registered voter will have their voter record protected.
A review of all of the current voting records that have been submitted to the Santa Ana Registrar’s Office is planned to determine the extent of discrepancies regarding voter records at the local level, and to ensure every register has updated voter records.
In the unlikely event that a registered voter’s records are missing or do not include their voter registration information, the Voter Fraud Strike Force will look into the possibility of errors in the voter registration records being entered into the Registrar’s Office.
Ensure the voter registration records are updated.
The Voter Fraud Strike Force will conduct a review of the Registrar’s Office’s current records, and then determine if any voters registered in the past two years that have not sent updated registrations to the