• Dana Swart

    This is too funny, how about the Voter ID is being used to stop non-citizens from voting. Non-citizens do not impersonate anyone and vote as themselves, although they are not legally eligible to vote. The entire premise of this article, that voter fraud is practically non-existent, is entirely focused on the wrong type of voter fraud. Also, using the circular logic that the fraud is minimal because people are not prosecuted, but people aren’t prosecuted because the fraud is minimal. This is not Journalism, but an entire puff piece against Voter ID.

    • LFOldTimer

      The media knows better. They just don’t care.

  • octaxpayer

    The County COO is a expert at voter fraud. He was convicted of it. Yet hold on to high office.

    • Debby Bodkin

      Only in Orange County, California, does this type of government behavior take place. Elected officials in the OC are above the law and know it.

  • LFOldTimer

    I have to show a photo ID when I take my dog to the vet to get vaccinated.

    Yet on Nov 8 someone could walk into a voting poll under an assumed name and register a vote to elect a lawmaker, to raise our taxes, to approve another bond issue, to support or oppose important propositions that huge impacts on economic or social policy – and the poll worker wouldn’t have a clue that the person is not who he or she claimed to be.

    No photo ID required. ha.

  • OCservant_Leader

    You have to admire the power of this corrupt organized crime family running County government to put DENNY who was convicted of voter fraud in charge of the Registrar of Voters!

    Isn’t he second in command now? Assistant CEO of the County? Wow.

    VofOC – you should do a poll to average citizens and ask if they agree this guy should be running ROV or be Assistant CEO or even collect a taxpayer check?

  • David Zenger

    “Voter fraud is not a significant problem in the country,” Jennifer Clark of the Brennan Center told News21.

    Uh, maybe not Jen, but check out OCs 1st Supervisorial District recent history when you have a moment or two.