Electoral fraud

"Words matter and facts matter," Ellen Weintraub wrote to the president after he baselessly claimed that he lost New Hampshire due to fraudulent votes.
The plaintiffs say sharing the information amounts to voter intimidation.
J. Christian Adams, who served on Trump's voter fraud commission, helped author a report that published the citizens' personal information online.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been making a big deal about election fraud cases, but his office hasn't been able to show much.
A closer look at election fraud cases Attorney General Ken Paxton resolved in 2018 suggests many of them were minor.
The North Carolina Board of Elections ordered a new election last month, saying a GOP win was tainted by fraud.
McCrae Dowless worked on behalf of Republican candidate Mark Harris.
The state elections board voted unanimously after seeing evidence that an operative working for Republican Mark Harris illegally collected absentee ballots.
Andy Yates said he didn't ask for documentation about the work of the operative under scrutiny during a congressional campaign.
“That’s inaccurate at this point. None of that has been proven,” a local election official said.
Texas officials said 95,000 non-citizens may be on voter rolls, but that number is suspect.
In a nationally watched probe, state officials are examining allegations of election fraud apparently involving absentee ballots.
Democratic leaders announced Friday they won't seat Republican Mark Harris in the 9th District.
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Party officials want the state to certify a Republican congressional candidate the winner of a race amid a probe into election irregularities.
Republican officials may have had an indication of electoral fraud as early as 2016, The Washington Post reports.
Any newly elected House member can object to the swearing-in of Republican Mark Harris amid his election scandal.
"Votes have been stolen by preying on senior and minority voters, and now a cloud of doubt and suspicion hangs over this election,” Rep. Gerry Connolly said.
In North Carolina, a federal prosecutor won't confirm or deny a probe of an alleged Republican-led electoral fraud scheme.