According to the Associated Press, Ying Ma, a spokeswoman for Elder, said the campaign wants "every proper vote to be counted."
The longtime Los Angeles Dodgers catcher voiced his support for Larry Elder in Tuesday's recall election in a video shared on Elder's Twitter account.
California's GOP National Committeewoman Harmeet Dhillon said that while there could be an "innocent explanation" for the incident, "rumors spread like wildfires based on facts."
Larry Elder has made claims of election fraud despite the outcome of the California recall election still being unknown.
Counties must send their first batch of results to the California secretary of state no more than two hours after they begin counting votes when polls close.
Governor Gavin Newsom appears on track to defeat the recall election on Tuesday and remain in office.
The president described Republican California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder as a 'Trump clone.'
Larry Elder has hinted at a 2022 run, but his campaign told Newsweek he is focused for now on winning California's recall election.
Elder has previously championed former President Donald Trump's unfounded claims the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
Protesters held signs opposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates and supporting former President Donald Trump.
Governor Gray Davis acknowledged Elder has a following but called him a one on the Richter scale, whereas Schwarzenegger was a 10.
Democratic leaders including President Joe Biden continue offering their support for Gov. Gavin Newsom as polls remain in his favor.
On the day before the election, polls suggested that Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom is likely to survive the recall effort.
"Any candidate, Newsom or otherwise, who says I can stop worrying about Latinos after election day, that's a losing strategy," Arturo Vargas, CEO of the National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO), told Newsweek.
The former president previously suggested that the recall election targeting California Governor Gavin Newsom was "probably rigged."
Voters will head to the polls Tuesday to determine the governor's political fate. Mail-in ballots must be postmarked by September 14.
Nearly 1.4 million Latino voters in the state have already cast their ballots ahead of the recall election on September 14.
Governor Gavin Newsom has been performing well over his closest rival Republican Larry Elder in recent polls.
Californians will vote in the 2022 gubernatorial election regardless of how the recall election turns out.
Some election security experts have already called for an audit of California's gubernatorial recall election.
A Democratic strategist who advised former California Governor Gray Davis said there are "several" differences between the two gubernatorial recall elections.
The 82-year-old actor told California voters: "Let us rid this horror, Newsom, and let our nation be lifted from this darkness."
"People are leaving, crime is up, homelessness is up – there's no area where I believe this man has done a good job," said Elder of Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom.
Governor Newsom has described Elder's talks of voter fraud as an "extension of the Big Lie and 'Stop the Steal.'"
"We could have a man that is a native Californian who came through the ranks to represent our state," Calvary Chapel Chino Hills Pastor Jack Hibbs said of GOP candidate Larry Elder.
All healthcare workers in the state are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of September.
The Republican candidate is facing an uphill battle as Newsom seems likely to beat the effort to remove him.
The Democratic governor appears to be on course to defeat the recall effort and remain in the state's highest office.
Polls are indicating that Newsom will remain in office despite Republican organizers best efforts to unseat the California governor.