Claims of US mail-in ballot fraud threaten confidence in vote
Claims of US mail-in ballot fraud threaten confidence in vote

Washington (AFP) – The allegations of potential voter fraud look plausible, featuring US mail-in ballots addressed to dead people or former residents. But the claims posted on social media are inaccurate, and threaten to undermine confidence in the presidential election.”Strange how this keeps happening,” Donald Trump Jr, son of the president, wrote in a tweet sharing a photo of eight mail-in ballots allegedly sent in error to an apartment in Washington, DC, adding: “What’s to stop someone from filling all of these out and returning them?”The answer is straightforward. The system contains safe…

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