California DA to Investigate Absentee Voter Fraud Probe
Redlands Daily News-POMONA, Calif.-A long time resident on Pomona found out that someone registered her name for an absentee ballot in San Bernardino County has led the District Attorney in the Northern California county to investigate who committed this act.
Someone used this voter's business address in San Bernardino County to register for an Absentee Ballot
Roberta Perlman-Hensen who has been a resident of Los Angeles County for nearly three decades was surprised when she recently received an unsolicited absentee ballot from San Bernardino County. Perlman-Hensen is a longtime resident of Pomona but has a business address in Chino.
"It was really odd. Apparently someone filled out a card with my name," Perlman-Hensen said. The matter was odd enough that the San Bernardino County registrar of voters is having the county District Attorney's Office investigate this probe further on who committed this act.
Long list of Documents using the voters business address triggers Investigation
The first indication of vote fraud occurred when Perlman-Hensen received a letter dated on October 14 from the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters Office. In the letter, Perlman-Hansen was asked for her assistance in completing the voter registration card she had submitted. Also, the letter asked her to provide her driver's license number and her date of birth. "I figured I would just ignore it," she said, and that would be the end of the matter. But a day later Perlman-Hensen received two more documents from the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters Office. One was a card telling her she was registered to vote in that county and the second item was an absentee ballot, Perlman-Hensen said.