When it comes to elections, San Diego County takes the process of ballot counting very seriously. The county has a strict protocol for verifying signatures and ensuring that each voter has only voted once. If a voter believes they have been a victim of voter fraud or have witnessed a criminal violation of the California Election Code, they can use the voter complaint form to report the violation to the county office. The Election Assistance Commission is also authorized to provide grants to National Student and Parent Mock Election, a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, to promote voter participation in U.
S. elections and carry out voter education activities for students and their parents.
Informing Absent VotersThe President has appointed someone to take appropriate steps to inform people who are expected to be absent from uniformed services abroad in a general election regularly scheduled for federal office about the procedures for the collection and delivery of marked absentee ballots. This includes how such voters can use these procedures for the presentation of absentee ballots.
It is illegal for anyone to obtain, issue or tabulate ballots that they know are materially false, fictitious or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held.