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“Trump Voter Fraud Panel Agenda Paints Picture Of Election System Rife With Fraud”

Sam Levine for HuffPost: One presentation submitted to the commission around 8,500 likely duplicate votes across 21 states. Unable to access data from all 50 states, the researchers extrapolate their findings to estimate that there are at least 45,000 instances of … Continue reading ?
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A letter sent Wednesday asks secretaries of state to provide about a dozen points of voter data and respond to questions about fraud and election integrity. Continue reading ? The post Trump commission on voting fraud asks states fo...

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(AP) — President Donald Trump's commission investigating alleged voter fraud in the 2016 elections has asked states for a list of the names, party affiliations, addresses and voting histories of all voters, if state law allows it to...

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Trump Voter Fraud Panel Agenda Paints Picture Of Election System Rife With Fraud

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The commission’s second meeting looks as if it will confirm the fears of critics, who say the probe will lead to voter suppression.

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