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In the run up to the US election, many are questioning the integrity of the election. How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?

Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate Show more Show less

Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate. Electoral and postal ballot fraud only occur in isolated instances, and are not frequent.
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Electoral fraud happens on a small basis

Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate. Electoral fraud happens occasionally, but the incidences of it are highly isolated and rare.
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The Argument

Electoral fraud happens occasionally, but the incidences of it are highly isolated and rare. Some agents attempt to rig the US election, but there are not many of them.

Counter arguments

Electoral fraud is a very real issue and incidences of it are not isolated, particularly in light of the US 2020 elections. Agents are using various techniques involving the voter suppression to target certain groups of the population and intimidate them into not showing up to vote.

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