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Respected Republican Lawyer Ben Ginsberg: No Widespread in-Person Voter Fraud Going On

On Meet the Press Daily: Noted Republican lawyer Ben Ginsberg asked if any proof of widespread voter fraud: “Not in person voter fraud, no. And what Jon Husted said is absolutely right. Look, Republican election officials control 30 different states … Continue reading ?
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