[Ed. – What could go wrong? It’s computerized, so basically, everything. Emphasis in original.]
According to screenshots posted to Twitter, one from the California Secretary of State’s website and one from the Orange County Registrar of Voters, all California voters (not just those with disabilities or serving overseas in the military) can request a “Remote Access Vote by Mail” ballot for the California recall election, a ballot which is printed at home and then mailed or hand-delivered to the county elections official.
So is this really happening?
The short answer is yes, due to a gut-and-amend bill hastily passed by the Democrat supermajority in June 2020. …
[T]he RAVBM system … was instituted for people with handicaps who use assistive technology as a matter of course, or for military members serving abroad.
The four [assistive technology] systems certified for use by the California Secretary of State are:
Five Cedars Group Alternate Format Ballot v5.2.1,
Democracy Live Secure Select 1.2.2,
Dominion Voting Systems Dominion ImageCast Remote 5.10A, and
Los Angeles County Voting Solution for All People Interactive Sample Ballot 2.5