SEAN HANNITY (HOST): You know, the fact that they're trying to bring in every outside dollar they can into the state, and Obama into the state, and [Vice President] Kamala Harris back into the state, and [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi back into the state, and and Hollywood trying to exert its influence, the amount of money flowing into the coffers of Gavin Newsom's campaign, shows a real fear that exists.
Now, the polls at different times have had -- had him upside down, and even. It seems like the latest polls have him on a little bit of a bounce, I'm not sure what to make of — of the polls in this particular race.
But I have a question, because I believe that a lot of states in 2020 didn't follow the laws where partisan observers watched the vote count start to finish.
LARRY ELDER (CALIFORNIA GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE): Right.
HANNITY: They didn't have good chain of custody, integrity measures.
HANNITY: They don't update voter rolls. A lot of states like New York, you don't need any -- any photo identification or signature verification. I think every state should have that to ensure election integrity and confidence in results. How do you feel about the process that currently exists in California?
ELDER: Well, I'm worried about it. I mean, you didn't add one other thing. You can also print your own ballot here in California. Believe it or not, you could print your own ballot. Now, what could possibly go wrong?
We know about all the shenanigans that took place in 2020, and I'm asking people to go elect Elder dot com. We have a voter integrity project all set up there. If anybody sees anything suspicious, hears anything suspicious, knows about anything suspicious, go to elect elder dot com.
We have our lawyers ready to file lawsuits right away.
One of the reasons why lawsuits were dismissed in the 2020 election is that the courts don't like to overturn an election, that they waited too long, they dismissed them on procedural grounds. We're filing lawsuits whenever we hear of anything. So if anybody spots anything, go to elect Elder dot com. And while you're there, Sean, ask people to throw a little something in the tip jar.