Another one bites the dust

13-Year California Registrar of Voters Facing 43 Criminal Charges!
Now-Former Monterey County, CA Head Election Official, Tony ‘Trust Me’ Anchundo, Told Brad on Air that Voters Need to ‘Have Trust and Faith’ in Election Officials
He Now Faces Charges of Forgery, Misapplication of Funds, Embezzlement, Falsification of Accounts and Grand Theft to the Tune of $70,000

“There is obviously going to have to be some trust and faith in the elections official, or in this case, it’s me.”
– Then Monterey County, CA Registrar of Voters, Tony Anchundo on the Peter B. Collins radio show,

“Anchundo to face 43 criminal charges
DA: Ex-registrar spent $70,000 on personal purchases”

– Headline of the Salinas Californian,


1 reply on “Another one bites the dust”

New hours for Registrars of Voters office are Wednesdays, 10:00 a.m. 12 noon. If no elticeon is looming, the registrars for each party work alternate months; this saves our town money.There may be additional times that someone is in the office or at least in Town Hall. There may be exceptions in order to attend meetings and conferences for ROVAC.

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