Jimmy Kimmel catches Californians in Super Tuesday voting lies (Video)

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'Jimmy Kimmel Live!': Lie Witness News - Super Tuesday Edition

For once in your lives: tell the truth, Hollywood Boulevard pedestrians.

Jimmy Kimmel's "Lie Witness News" caught a bunch of fibbers yesterday, as folks claimed they voted on Super Tuesday. There's just one catch: California is not a Super Tuesday voting state.

Still, the on-camera passersby shared who they voted for, and even how crowded or empty the polls were.

Then the lies got worse. One guy was caught claiming he got charged $10 to enter the booth, another women touted the swag she received, and a third person discussed in detail the cookies and juice that definitely never happened.

Finally, "Jimmy Kimmel Live's" woman-on-the-street pushed the envelope further by asking about insane new voting technologies. Naturally, everyone who made the final cut played along.

Watch the video above, and consider moving to Canada.

Super Tuesday voting actually happened in Colorado, and it was a mess:

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Jimmy Kimmel catches Californians in Super Tuesday voting lies (Video)
DENVER, CO - MARCH 1: Colorado Democrats pack the gym at Manual High School as they listen to caucus instructions before casting their vote for their preferred candidate in the Colorado Democratic Party Caucus on March 1, 2016 in Denver, Co. Colorado is one of 13 states and one territory participating in Super Tuesday primaries or caucuses intended to award delegates to particular candidates in each party. (Photo by Marc Piscotty/Getty Images)
Election workers register participants before the start of the Democratic caucus in Boulder, Colo., Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Voters from Vermont to Colorado, Alaska to American Samoa and a host of states in between took to polling places and caucus sites Tuesday, on the busiest day of the 2016 primaries. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
Clinton campaign precinct captain Barbra Miller, left, talks with Louise Grauer before the start of the Democratic caucus, in Boulder, Colo., Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Voters from Vermont to Colorado, Alaska to American Samoa and a host of states in between took to polling places and caucus sites Tuesday, on the busiest day of the 2016 primaries. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
Participants line up before the start of the Democratic caucus in Boulder, Colo., Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Voters from Vermont to Colorado, Alaska to American Samoa and a host of states in between took to polling places and caucus sites Tuesday, on the busiest day of the 2016 primaries. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
Anne Krajcovic from precinct 102 participates in a straw poll for Hillary Clinton during the Democratic caucus at Coronado High School in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. (Stacie Scott/Colorado Springs Gazette/TNS via Getty Images)
DENVER, CO - FEBRUARY 1: East High school student Cornelius Foxworth, right, waits on the stairs as thousands of people who turned out for the democratic caucus, wait in line to register at East High School in Denver, Colorado on March 1, 2016. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
Participants from precinct 102 take a straw poll for Bernie Sanders during the Democratic caucus at Coronado High School in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. (Stacie Scott/Colorado Springs Gazette/TNS via Getty Images)
Voters, right, look at map to determine the location of their precinct as they enter Smiley Middle School to attend a Democratic caucus late Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Denver. Colorado is one of 12 states casting votes for party nominees on Super Tuesday, which offers candidates the chance to garner the biggest single-day delegate haul of the nomination contests. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Voters crowd into foyer of Smiley Middle School to check in with their precinct captains to attend a Democratic caucus late Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Denver. Colorado is one of 12 states casting votes for party nominees on Super Tuesday, which offers candidates the chance to garner the biggest single-day delegate haul of the nomination contests. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Voters arrive at a Democratic caucus late Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Denver. Colorado is one of 12 states casting votes for party nominees on Super Tuesday, which offers candidates the chance to garner the biggest single-day delegate haul of the nomination contests. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Precinct captain Christa DeHerrera, left, puts a band on voter Janell Lindsey after she checked in at a Democratic caucus late Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Denver. Colorado is one of 12 states casting votes for party nominees on Super Tuesday, which offers candidates the chance to garner the biggest single-day delegate haul of the nomination contests. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Voters check in with precinct captains at a Democratic caucus late Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Denver. Colorado is one of 12 states casting votes for party nominees on Super Tuesday, which offers candidates the chance to garner the biggest single-day delegate haul of the nomination contests. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Voters crowd in to check with precinct captains at a Democratic caucus late Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Denver. Colorado is one of 12 states casting votes for party nominees on Super Tuesday, which offers candidates the chance to garner the biggest single-day delegate haul of the nomination contests. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Six-year-old Layla Dempsey, bottom, talks with her father, Stephen, as he checks in with the judge of his precinct at a Democratic caucus late Tuesday, March 1, 2016, in Denver. Colorado is one of 12 states casting votes for party nominees on Super Tuesday, which offers candidates the chance to garner the biggest single-day delegate haul of the nomination contests. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Voters line up for the Democratic presidential caucus on Super Tuesday at North High School in Denver, Colorado March 1, 2016. / AFP / Jason Connolly (Photo credit should read JASON CONNOLLY/AFP/Getty Images)
Voters line up for the Democratic presidential caucus on Super Tuesday at North High School in Denver, Colorado March 1, 2016. / AFP / Jason Connolly (Photo credit should read JASON CONNOLLY/AFP/Getty Images)
Voters gather for the Democratic presidential caucus at North High School in Denver, Colorado on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Colorado voters are caucusing to decide between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Colorado is one of a dozen states holding 'Super Tuesday' presidential caucuses or primaries. / AFP / Jason Connolly (Photo credit should read JASON CONNOLLY/AFP/Getty Images)
Voters line up for the Democratic presidential caucus at North High School in Denver, Colorado on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in four states: Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma and his home state of Vermont. / AFP / Jason Connolly (Photo credit should read JASON CONNOLLY/AFP/Getty Images)
DENVER, CO - FEBRUARY 1: People listen from windows to speakers outside in a parking lot as thousands turned out for the caucus at East High school in Denver, Colorado on March 1, 2016. 18 precincts were represented at East High School and thousands of people turned out for the caucus. Organizers had anticipated about 20% of people from their precincts would turn out and many more actually came. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
Voters line up for the Democratic presidential caucus at North High School in Denver, Colorado on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Colorado voters are caucusing to decide between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Colorado is one of a dozen states holding 'Super Tuesday' presidential caucuses or primaries. / AFP / Jason Connolly (Photo credit should read JASON CONNOLLY/AFP/Getty Images)
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