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“Can you rig a U.S. presidential election? Experts say it’s basically impossible.”

Sari Horwitz for WaPo: But stealing an election in this country isn’t easy. In fact, experts say it’s nearly impossible given how voting works. And documented instances of voter fraud are actually very rare. Wendy R. Weiser, director of the … Continue reading ?
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