Nov 29, 2016
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Donald Trump is warning supporters that widespread voter fraud could cost him the election. What is the Republican presidential nominee referring to, and is there any evidence to support his point? WSJ's Shelby Holliday reports.
Election officials, leading Democrats -- and even a prominent Republican -- blasted President-elect Donald Trump after he spread allegations of voter fraud and targeted a trio of states with his false claim. Trump first alleged Sunday that "millions" of undocumented immigrants voted against him...
In response to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s baseless claims that there is “large-scale voter fraud happening on and before election day,” Univision pointed out the intimidating and deterring effect the claims could have on minority voters. In an October 12 article, Univision...
Voter fraud has been quite trending in this election cycle with the Democratic party and will continue to be through Tuesday. The republican presidential nominee Trump has been warning voters for months about fraud and it’s certainly happening, especially in some swing states like Florida. This...
The winner of the North Carolina governor’s race likely won’t be clear for several more weeks, as election officials scramble to address allegations of voter fraud raised in half the state’s counties by Republican incumbent Pat McCrory.
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