Stressed Compton, CA Election Results Overturned Due To Voter Fraud – Councilman Rigged the Votes

by Michael Robison

Galvan Appears In Compton Court Found Guilty Of Election Fraud

Last Friday, A Compton city council election was overturned after a judge ruled that the incumbent councilman rigged votes to secure his victory. 

Councilman Isaac Galvan will be replaced by his challenger Andre Spicer. Superior Court Judge Michelle Williams Court determined that four of the votes cast for Galvan during a June 2021 runoff election were submitted by people who were not legal residents of the district.

The judge ruled that his challenger Spicer was the winner, with a verified vote count of 854 to Galvan’s 851.

Spicer has contested the results of the election for the last year after losing to Galvan by just a single vote. Spicer told NBC LA that he is pleased with last week’s ruling.

“I’m grateful to the judicial system,” said Spicer. He told the outlet that he had “been fighting hard for -for the last 11 months.” 

Spicer said there had been rumors of voter fraud for years in Compton. He noted that he was concerned the community had lost faith in the voting system.

“I think this helps to get us engaged again,” he said. “It’s just a relief for the entire city to expose it, and hopefully, rid ourselves of it.”

It was not immediately clear how soon the judge’s decision would allow Spicer to take office.

The ruling comes after the LA County District Attorney’s Office charged Galvan and five others with conspiracy to commit election fraud last August. Despite living outside the district, the four others charged are accused of registering and casting votes in Compton. 

Prosecutors also charged Galvan with bribery with the intent to influence an election for allegedly attempting to bribe an LA Country registrar employee on election night.

Galvan has been embroiled in several controversies since he first took office in 2013, including illegal practices surrounding marijuana, conspiracy against the mayor, and staff members who are entangled in a murder case.


UPDATE California Recall: Polling Center Tells Some Republicans They ‘Already Voted’ Don't be surprised if Newsom doesn't get recalled.

by Paul Bois

Jason Goodman and several other voters make their choices at Oconto City Hall on Tuesday It was Goodmans first time voting in Wisconsin after moving from California Oconto4 4872

The FRAUD continues: "Some self-identified Republicans claim they arrived at their polling center to cast their ballots in the California recall election only to be told they had “already voted.”

“At El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills, some voters say they were told the computers showed them as already having voted, even though they had not,” reported KTLA.

Estelle Bender, 88, said poll workers informed her she and several friends of hers had already voted. She also allegedly witness another man arguing with a poll worker over the same issue.

“What happened today and how shocked are you?” a reporter asked Bender.

“Very. I went to El Camino High School to vote. Got there at 10:30. Gave her this [ballot] and she scanned and said ‘you voted,’ and I said, ‘no, I haven’t,” Bender told KTLA

“She said this has been happening all morning,” Bender further alleged. “The man next to me was arguing the same thing,”

[Remember California uses Dominion Voting Machines and the special pen may bleed through to other ballots as in Georgia. Nobody knows what software capabilities the dominion machine has because no one is allowed to look inside. Already, we are seeing evidence of phantom voters as were evealed in the Michigan and Georgia audits. Don't be surprised if Newsom DOESN"T get recalled. -  - ED.]

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