Article: Nevada’s top prosecutor warns against voter intimidation

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Nevada’s top prosecutor warns against voter intimidation

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford said Thursday he is worried about the possibility of voter intimidation after President Donald Trump implored supporters to “watch very carefully” at the polls. State prosecutors plan strict enforcement, Ford said in an interview.

Trump made the comments during the first debate with Democratic candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Article: 9 discarded military ballots weren’t fraud, Pennsylvania election chief says

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9 discarded military ballots weren’t fraud, Pennsylvania election chief says

HARRISBURG, Pa. — It appears that an election worker’s decision to throw out nine military ballots in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, amounted to a mistake and not “intentional fraud,” the state’s top elections official said Wednesday.

Workers in the elections office in Luzerne County are getting training on handling mailed-in military and overseas ballots, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said during an online news conference.

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Article: New York City voters get absentee ballots with wrong names, addresses

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New York City voters get absentee ballots with wrong names, addresses

Voters in New York City received absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on their ballot envelopes, adding confusion to how they’ll vote and whether their votes will count in the November election.

Some 100,000 voters were affected by the printing error, officials said Tuesday, which caused the envelopes voters use to return their ballots to have the wrong names, addresses and voter IDs on them.

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Article: FBI investigates ballots for Trump found in Pennsylvania garbage

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FBI investigates ballots for Trump found in Pennsylvania garbage

The Justice Department on Thursday said the FBI has opened an investigation into nine absentee ballots — seven cast for President Trump — that were found in the garbage near Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Trump routinely expresses doubt about the reliability of mail-in voting amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the investigation quickly became national news.

Article: Mismatched signatures prompt tossed absentee ballots and legal fights ahead of November election

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Mismatched signatures prompt tossed absentee ballots and legal fights ahead of November election

Remember hanging chads, Florida’s 2000 election nightmare?

The 2020 equivalent could wind up being mismatched signatures.
With voting already underway in two states, Democrats and Republicans are drawing battle lines across the country over voter signatures for mail-in ballots, with lawsuits over how signatures are evaluated and whether voters can fix ballots that get tossed.

Article: Trump accuses Democrats of ‘rigging’ the November election during Nevada rally

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Trump accuses Democrats of ‘rigging’ the November election during Nevada rally

At a campaign rally in Nevada, President Donald Trump on Saturday repeated unsubstantiated claims that mail-in ballots would contribute to widespread voter fraud in the November election.

“The Democrats are trying to rig this election because that’s the only way they’re going to win,” he said to cheers and applause.

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Article: How Widespread Is Voter Fraud in the US?

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How Widespread Is Voter Fraud in the US?

Americans’ interest in voting by mail has surged this year as the coronavirus pandemic rages on. Allegations of double voting in the southern U.S. state of Georgia have further fueled a politically fraught debate over voter fraud ahead of the November presidential election.

This week, Georgia’s top election official announced that as many as 1,000 voters may have double voted in the state’s primary elections in June, showing up at the polls to vote after mailing in their ballots.

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Article: Some non-citizens and illegal immigrants are registered to vote in N.Y., election officials say

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Some non-citizens and illegal immigrants are registered to vote in N.Y., election officials say

Todd Valentine, New York Board of Elections co-executive director, and Nick LaLota, Suffolk County elections commissioner, said some non-citizens and illegal immigrants incorrectly get registered to vote in the state of New York.

New York Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin said he’s aware of some non-citizens in Suffolk County who voted in previous elections. During a mail-in voting discussion organized by House Administration Committee ranking member Rodney Davis, Zeldin asked how to prevent this situation from happening.

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Article: Georgia’s Top Elections Official Claims 1,000 People Committed Voter Fraud In Primary

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Georgia’s Top Elections Official Claims 1,000 People Committed Voter Fraud In Primary

Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Tuesday that some 1,000 residents voted twice in the state’s June 9 primary—by submitting absentee ballots and then voting in person— and that he plans to prosecute them, although a top Democrat in the state believes Raffensperger is playing politics and “pushing the GOP’s voting conspiracy theories and disinformation.”

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Article: Proof Of Fraud? How 1,000 Double Voters In Georgia Just Impacted The 2020 Election

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Proof Of Fraud? How 1,000 Double Voters In Georgia Just Impacted The 2020 Election

On Tuesday, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced that 1,000 residents voted twice in the state’s June primary election, and promised to prosecute the offenders who violated the law. But beyond having an impact on Georgia, the news will no doubt have a national impact as the country hurtles toward the November 3 presidential election.

In a press conference at the Georgia state capital announcing the findings, Raffensperger was unequivocal. “A double voter knows exactly what they’re doing, diluting the votes of each and every voter that follows the law,” Raffensperger said. “Those that make the choice to game the system are breaking the law. And as Secretary of State, I will not tolerate it.”

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Article: Problems With Vote By Mail Go Beyond Widespread Fraud

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Problems With Vote By Mail Go Beyond Widespread Fraud

The existence of widespread, intentional voter suppression is another Big Lie, a preposterous assertion repeated so authoritatively and so frequently that it is widely believed. Here’s the reality.

Normally, voting is designed to protect the privacy of the voter and the integrity of the vote. Arizona voters are protected from electioneering within 75 feet of the polling station. Once inside, their identity is confirmed with a picture ID.

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