The Federal Government maintains a list of its citizens, the state governments don’t. Judicial watch has made an investigation of the registered voters and found that eleven counties had more voters registered than the number of eligible voters. Here is a list of them:
County Vote Vote % eligible Clinton/
—————— Clinton Trump registered Trump
Los Angeles 1,893,770 620,285 144 3.05
San Diego 567,243 386,807 138 1.47
San Francisco 312,445 34,493 114 9.06
San Mateo 192,035 47,627 111 4.03
Solano 94,622 48,712 111 1.94
Yolo 34,460 13,178 110 2.61
Santa Cruz 85,185 20,158 109 4.23
Monterey 64,733 26,378 104 2.45
Stanislaus 73,939 72,960 102 1.01
Imperial 23,887 9,318 102 2.56
Lassen 2,224 7,574 102 0.29
11 Co. Total 3,344,543 1,287,490 2.60
Rest of Calif 2,514,062 1,391,229 1.81
All Calif. 5,858,605 2,678,719 2.19
This compilation is remarkable in so many ways.
California has 3.4 million resident aliens (green card holders and special visas). They are not eligible to vote. They also have about 3 million illegal aliens (obviously not eligible to vote)
California has motor voter registration. They issue driver’s licenses to, not only resident aliens but also to illegal aliens. All they have to do to be registered to vote is to check a box indicating they are eligible. No check for its validity is performed.
Los Angeles County is the capital of illegal aliens, so it comes as no surprise that since they now have driver’s licenses and thereby by extension are made eligible to vote, the ratio of 1.44 between registered voters and lawfully eligible voters comes as no surprise.
Silicon valley has more resident aliens than other areas of California, so it is no surprise they have registered voters exceeding eligible voters.
There is one small county located way up in North East California, Lassen County which voted heavily for Trump. It has only two major employers, two state prisons and one federal prison. Could Lassen County have registered ineligible prisoners?
This calls for a thorough investigation if the integrity of voting means anything.
The link to the letter from Judicial watch to CA, http://www.judicialwatch.org/document-archive/nvra-letter-ca-august-2017/