8/12: Accounting firm Ernst & Young revealed that the DMV wasn’t the only branch of California government to blame for the disastrous motor voter program that resulted in thousands of double registrations.
8/9: A 113-page report by California investigators outlined how the state’s motor voter program confused potential voters and left the state open to fraud.
8/9: Auditors examining DMV voter registrations between April and September 2018 outlined the mistakes made when California rolled out their motor voter program.
7/24: Governor Gavin Newsom’s DMV Strike Team has reported that lawmakers in California made the state’s voter registration problem worse with their motor voter law.
7/1: The government denied Republican Jim Patterson’s request to audit the California DMV’s motor voter program.
6/18: The Oregon house of representatives has approved a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licences.
5/16: The DMV in Oregon automatically registers people to vote, but has no system to account for the address changes of voters.
5/2: A Democratic bill that would loosen already lax voter laws in California is being considered by the state.
4/13: West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles admits it has lost voter registrations, but has yet to confirm how many or how long the problem has effected voter rolls.
3/26: The Election Integrity Project uncovered dozens of laws that made voter fraud easy in California.