October 6, 2020

LACDP Chair Mark J Gonzalez responds to the LA Times article on the identified 2100 faulty ballots sent to voters


October 6, 2020

LACDP Chair Mark J Gonzalez responds to the LA Times article on the identified 2100 faulty ballots sent to voters

LOS ANGELES, CA  -- In response to the LA Times Article regarding the 2100 faulty ballots sent to voters, Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chair Mark J Gonzalez released the following statement:

“This election is too important for even the smallest mistakes. With the president and Republicans actively working to delegitimize our elections, disenfranchise voters, and suppress the vote, voters are expecting that those who oversee our elections ensure that they have what they need and that their vote will be counted. Yesterday, our team received phones calls from concerned voters about the presidential option being left off their ballot and worked with the Registrar Recorder's office to identify if this was widespread. I’m thankful for the swift response from Dean Logan and his team, and cautiously optimistic that they’ve identified the only batch of faulty ballots. Voters are worried about their health, their families, their jobs - they shouldn’t have to worry about their vote.”