Election Fraud: Myth and Reality
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In the freest nation in the world, our system of government and our very liberty depend on free and fair elections. Whether they’re selecting a mayor or the president of the United States, every American must be able to trust the process, or the democratic system itself breaks down.
Everyone who is eligible should be able vote, but when someone commits election fraud, the process is no longer fair, everyone’s vote gets diluted, and in some cases, election results are changed.
Contrary to the uninformed claims of some, election fraud has been a real problem for a long time. As the Supreme Court noted when it upheld Indiana’s voter ID law, flagrant examples of election fraud have been documented throughout this nation’s history and could make the difference in a close election. Reforms are needed to protect voters, ensure the integrity and security of our election process, and prevent our democratic system from being compromised.