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Tell Me Again How Vote Fraud is “Insignificant”

As I noted in a previous article, we hear all the time from certain circles that vote fraud is “insignificant”. Well, maybe.  But IMO, that’s not exactly how the smart money would bet – or what Norm Coleman would say about the 2008 Minnesota Senate election.  Or what the late Coke Steverson would have said […]
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