Gateway Pundit readers may recall a recent report we published that shed light on hundreds, possibly thousands, of Oregon voters who mysteriously had their party changed, most from Republican to Non Affiliated, without their permission, consent or knowledge, effectively denying them the right to vote in their party’s primary and disqualifying them from being Precinct Committee Persons.
The ballots were mailed to their home by state officials.
The Democrat state leaders in Oregon denied they were at fault and asked Facebook to delete all mentions of the story. This was despite OVER 2,000 Oregon voters speaking out on the violation.
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Despite hundreds of people coming forward with similar stories about how they received a non affiliated ballot, and despite many screenshots from the Facebook group mentioned in our article, Facebook’s infamous far left “fact checkers” later deemed the story as “misinformation” at the request of the Oregon state government.
Well it happened again… And only to Republican voters!
Western Journal reported:
Many Republican voters in one New Jersey community got a surprise when they opened their mail ballots for a July 7 primary.
Their choices were all Democrats.
Between 500 and 700 Republicans received the wrong ballots out of about 2,400 enrolled Republicans in Bernardsville, NJ.com reported.
“The slate of candidates was all Democrat from Joe Biden down to dogcatcher, but on the upper right it clearly stated it was a Republican ballot and it had my name and correct information on the return envelope,” Karen Gardner, the chairwoman of the Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee, said.
And this is not the only mail-in ballot irregularities reported out of New Jersey.
In May Democrat-run Paterson, New Jersey’s city council elections this month was marred by massive irregularities including about 3,200 ballots not counted out of nearly 17,000 cast, prompting the local NAACP to call for a redo of the election, according to a report by WNBC-TV in New Jersey.