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Hoge v. Padilla

Posted → Jan 23rd, 2020

A lawsuit against Secretary of State Alex Padilla’s “motor voter” program ultimately ended in a voluntary dismissal without prejudice from Plaintiffs.

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A lawsuit against Secretary of State Alex Padilla’s “motor voter” program ultimately ended in a voluntary dismissal without prejudice from Plaintiffs.

 

Overview:

Secretary of State Alex Padilla was sued for operating its “motor voter” program that has allegedly enabled voter fraud because it fails to investigate voters’ citizenship status. The motor voter program automatically registers driver’s license applicants unless they choose to opt-out of it. Finally, on January 23, 2020, there was a notice of voluntary dismissal without prejudice. 

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