Some things in California never change—accusations of election fraud, for example. On Saturday, poll workers informed 88-year-old Republican voter Estelle Bender. that she had already cast her ballot. The problem was, she knew she hadn’t. “I went to El Camino High School to vote,” Bender told KTLA5 reporter Chris Wolfe. When Bender gave a recall election poll worker her ballot information to scan, she told Bender the computer said she’d already voted. “I said, ‘no, I haven’t,’ and she said, ‘This has been happening all morning.’” Clearly, Bender wasn’t the only concerned voter who was informed she’d already voted. “The man next to me was arguing the same thing,” said Bender. “So I got the provisional ballot and I was really angry.” Bender saw two other voters she knew and told the young women, “Don’t be surprised if they tell you you’ve already voted.” She then asked the women, “Are you by any chance Republicans?” They were. “So am I,” she said, “and so are my friends who had the [same] problem at the VFW” polling place, which is enough to make Bender suspicious. “If I voted, how did I vote,” asked Bender implying she’d like to know for which candidate her vote was cast.