(KFSN News) California's DMV has been rife with scandal.
On Wednesday morning, lawmakers agreed to yet another audit, this time focusing on the program that registers drivers to vote.
"The problems with motor voter have risen to such a degree that there is a bipartisan effort in this," said Assemblyman Jim Patterson (R-Fresno).
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The department has admitted mishandling voter registration information for 23,000 drivers and double-registering as many as 77,000 others.