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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 not accurate at all Show more Show less

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all. Electoral and postal ballot fraud are often overstated and are very rare. The Trump administration's criticisms of the US election's integrity stem from fears of losing.
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So-called claims of "double-voting" are due to clerical errors

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all. The rate of potential double-voting is extremely low, and can therefore be explained entirely by clerical errors rather than voter fraud.

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The rate of potential double-voting is extremely low, and can therefore be explained entirely by clerical errors rather than voter fraud.[1]

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  1. https://www.ft.com/content/97fdbea4-5968-4ead-9029-eb0d2c13009c
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