Republican National Hispanic Assembly expected to file formal complaint for suspicious votes
Suspicious voting prompts group's investigation
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Monday morning the California Republican National Hispanic Assembly is expected to file formal complaints with several agencies for suspicious early ballots.
This complaint comes one day before the special election for the vacant 16th district senate seat.
Officials say an investigation of 30 addresses found a cluster of local voters who cast their ballots very early in the absentee process but didn't vote in the 2012 presidential election and had all recently changed their addresses.
They say that's unusual since special elections tend to have very low voter turnout.
The RNHA said they will file complaints with the Kern County District Attorney, Kern County Registrar of Voters, the California Secretary of State and the United States Postmaster General.
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