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BREAKING NEWS: Riverside ROV sends out see-thru ballot envelopes

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Absentee ballots sent out over the past week or two allow a voter’s ballot to be viewed once the envelope is sealed. This is contrary to state election code requirements related to secrecy of the ballot.

Contact Barbara Dunmore at 951-486-7330. Requests by SAVE R VOTE to meet with the ROV regarding this have not been responded to.

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Tom Courbat


The degree of willingness of a government to open itself up to public scrutiny and public audit foretells the quality and integrity of that government.


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