Get off the PEVL! (And vote only on Election Day, even with an absentee ballot.)

Everything changed in November, 2020. We do not yet understand the exact mechanisms of the many vote frauds that were committed, but it is clear that many of the frauds required the insertion of fake, or illegal ballots. The aim was a narrow victory and required constant monitoring of the vote count so that just enough ballots would be added. If we vote at the last moment, it makes it harder for the bad guys to know how many ballots they need to print. Vote in person on Election Day if possible. If you vote by absentee ballot, return it on Election Day.

You can remove yourself from the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) using the Recorder’s website. Navigate to Elections > Voter Registration Information > Register to Vote / Update Voter Registration > Online Registration > Voter Registration at which point you will have to authenticate yourself.