Noncitizens likely voted at a high enough rate to alter the 2020 Electoral College tally, potentially flipping the states of Arizona and Georgia in the presidential election, according to an analysis by Just Facts, a research group.
A total of 28% of respondents said the presidential victor was declared through “illegal voting or election rigging,” which is nearly a two-fold increase from the 16% of Americans who said the same in 2016, Reuters reported.
Vermont uses vote tabulation machines manufactured by Dominion, Deputy Secretary of State Chris Winters told Vermont Daily on Monday. However they are older models than the machines now under scrutiny in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, he said.
As controversies and allegations fly over the presidential election between Democrat candidate Joe Biden and President Donald Trump, Republican voices are divided on the contest’s legitimacy — with some believing the election was stolen, and others thinking it was conducted fairly.
Amid litigation and recounts in the presidential election, significant attention is focused on a Denver-based company with strong political ties. Here are four key things to know about Dominion, the voting machine manufacturer that is causing such a stir.
“I authorize you to pursue substantial allegations of voting and vote tabulation irregularities prior to the certification of elections in your jurisdictions in certain cases, as I have already done in specific instances,” Barr wrote in the memo.
The Dominion system was implemented in North Carolina and Nevada, where election results are being challenged, and in Georgia and Michigan, where a “glitch” that occurred reversed thousands of votes for Republican President Donald Trump to Democrat Joe Biden.
The 2020 presidential election is still undecided as of Thursday afternoon, but substantial doubt has been cast over the results as significant voting irregularities have cropped up in key battleground states across the country.
Elections officials in Michigan and Wisconsin refused to explain Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s sudden and dramatic vote tally increase that occurred in both states Wednesday morning.
U.S. Attorney for Vermont Christina Nolan has chosen two election experts to oversee investigations into claims of fraud or intimidation for the Nov. 3 election.
By avoiding best practices in a vote-by-mail effort practiced in other states, Secretary of State Jim Condos is opening Vermont up to questions of electoral fraud.