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Ted Lieu, Dems Warned About Interfering in California Election, Congressional Candidate James Bradley Holds True to Promise And Files Lawsuit

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LOS ANGELES, Jan 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — Plaintiffs Include Election Integrity Project(R)California and Ten California Congressional Candidates

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — James P. Bradley, decorated U.S. Coast Guard Veteran filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court on Monday January 4, 2021 challenging the illegal actions of the Alex Padilla and the various other California and local officials in their conduct of the November 2020 election. Padilla violated California law when he issued regulations that contravened the requirements of California’s Election Code. These violations included allowing ballot stuffing by disregarding voter fraud protections by allowing any piece of paper to be treated as a ballot.

In addition to Padilla, Bradley has named Defendants Governor Gavin Newsom, Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters Dean Logan for their part in the scheme to dilute the legitimate votes of California citizens in violation of the Congressional Elections Clause, the Equal Protection Clause, the Due Process Clause and the Guarantee Clause of the U.S. Constitution and the express provisions of the California Elections Code.

Joining Bradley in the lawsuit are 10 California congressional candidates: Aja Smith, Eric Early, Alison Hayden, Jeffrey Gorman, Mark Reed, Buzz Patterson, Mike Cargile, Kevin Cookingham, and Greg Raths, and The Voter Integrity Project of California.

“I promised the citizens of this district, if there were any shenanigans in the election, I would sue to perform a forensic audit to protect the rights of all Californians. Secretary Padilla issued last minute regulations that violated California law and the U.S. Constitution in a blatant election fraud scheme. You do not dismantle voter integrity rules unless you want to encourage voter fraud. For the protection of all California citizens, I just couldn’t sit idly by and watch our electoral system be corrupted by the very people entrusted to protect it.”


James P. Bradley, USCG Veteran and Congressional Candidate for California District 33, Demands Immediate Investigation Into Voter Fraud

Source: James P. Bradley for Congress CA D33

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — James P. Bradley, Congressional Candidate for California District 33 calls upon the Department of Justice to open an immediate investigation into the mailing of ballots to illegal aliens, dead voters and those that have moved out of state or out of District 33.

Ballots were sent last week to greater Los Angeles county and voters were shocked to receive ballots for people who have moved, who died long ago or who are not citizens and ineligible to vote. These occurrences are so widespread they are taking over social media including Twitter and Next Door. Last year, California and Los Angeles County agreed to clean up their voter rolls which included more than 1.5 million ineligible voters after being sued by Tom Fitton and Judicial Watch.

“These are voter rolls that were supposed to have been cleaned up earlier last year as part of the settlement of a court case. Apparently, LA County under current leadership, failed once again to keep its promises,” Bradley said. “I am calling on the DOJ to immediately open an investigation in to these dangerous extra ballots. I am also asking my opponent to join with me in seeking this investigation. Ted Lieu has been curiously silent on this actual issue which is central to our democracy. Ted, why would you not want a clean election?

“Many voters have been asking Lieu to demand a DOJ investigation since the news of this story broke over the weekend. While Lieu takes time to comment about other issues on Twitter, he has been mysteriously silent on the issue of election integrity. Why?”


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