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Nearly 120,000 voters allegedly left from Los Angeles voters rolls out on the important primary day

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Nearly 120,000 name remained on the voting rolls out in Los Angeles during the Tuesday jungle is crucial primarily due to a printing error, local officials said.

The 118,522 voters ‘ names were wrongly excluded, the said more than a thousand districts in the state and local officials.

“We apologize for the inconvenience and concern it has caused,” Dean C. Logan, county clerk, said in a statement. “The voters should be assured that their vote will be counted.”

The local Registrar’s office said registered voters who are affected by the printing error can throw provisional ballots to be counted, of Los Angeles, KTLA reported.

But former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who is locked in a fierce primary battle for the number two spot in the California gubernatorial race, called for polls to stay open longer as a result of the snafu.

I’ll call hold on @LACountyRRCC, the polls open longer because of the unprecedented number of voters on the voters rolls. You have the right to choose. If you are turned away and return to your polling station & make use of their right to vote by requesting a provisional ballot. pic.twitter.com/hLxVPaa9ML

— Antonio Villaraigosa (@antonio4ca) 6. June 2018

“I’ll call hold on @LACountyRRCC, the polls open longer because of the example roles unprecedented number of voters to the left of the voters,” Villaraigosa wrote on Twitter. “You have the right to choose. If you are turned away and return to your polling station & make use of their right to vote by requesting a provisional ballot.”

Newsom is the clear front-runner.

Because of California’s “jungle primary ,” the top two vote-getters, regardless of party, advance to a runoff election in November.

Newsom has said he would prefer to be against a Republican, and it is understandable, because the Democrats dominate in the state of California. Republican registration has fallen for the years and the party has not won a statewide contest in more than a decade ago, when Arnold Schwarzenegger was Governor in 2006-elected.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

 

 

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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