Blogger Chris Casey has picked up on what certainly seems like an irregularity in the HB22 race that pitted challenger Enid Santiago against incumbent Pete Schweyer. The Elections Board has already referred a Santiago complaint about an elections judge to DA Jim Martin. Casey reports that a voter who lives in that district was surprised to get a ballot in the mail, especially since that person has no Internet and has no recollection of requesting one. According to this voter, someone actually appeared at the residence in late May to ask if a ballot had been received. This voter also told Casey that the same thing happened to a neighbor who clammed up when Casey approached this person.
These voters reside in Overlook, a government-subsidized housing project where Enif=d Santiago is employed.
I called Santiago to ask what she knows, if anything, about these claims. I have yet to hear back from her, but when I do, I'll tell you what she knows.