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Los Angeles County election officials are alerting residents about a misleading robocall that wrongly claims there is an error in one of the ballot titles for the Nov. 6 election.

The circulating call states there is an error printed on the title for one of the propositions in voting materials mailed by County Registrars of Voters.

Ballot titles are prepared by the state Attorney General, with no alterations by local Registrars of Voters.

“During election season, voters should be aware of misleading claims that can cause confusion,” Registrar-Recorder and County Clerk Dean Logan said. “Our office takes election integrity seriously and will continue to monitor any issues or concerns brought to our attention.”

Voters with any questions or concerns should email [email protected]

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Robocalls misleading voters across Los Angeles County
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Robocalls misleading voters across Los Angeles County
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Los Angeles County election officials are alerting residents about a misleading robocall that wrongly claims there is an error in one of the ballot titles for the Nov. 6 election.
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The Santa Clarita Valley Proclaimer
Brianna Bricker

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