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(THE MORNING CALL/FILE PHOTO) In the final weeks of his presidential campaign, Republican nominee Donald Trump has added to his rhetoric the idea that if he loses, it may be because the election is rigged.
With that claim, Trump has called on supporters around the country to band together on Election Day to be on the lookout for voter fraud."Go and vote and then go check out areas because a lot of bad things happen, and we don't want to lose for that reason," he told the crowd at a rally Oct. Although Democratic and Republican party officials agree voter fraud in Pennsylvania is rare and the odds of it affecting an election are infinitesimal, poll watchers have a place in the church basements and school gymnasiums where we cast our votes. Election officials: They include the judge of elections and two inspectors and their appointed clerks and voting machine operators.
In one stump speech after another, he’s called on his supporters, in the name of suppressing all-but-nonexistent voter fraud, to go into cities like Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and St.
Although both Democratic and Republican party officials agree voter fraud in Pennsylvania is unlikely, poll watchers have a place in the church basements and school gymnasiums where we cast our votes.
Update: Yet another Obama poster hanging illegally in a polling place in Newark, New Jersey is discovered by Project Veritas: Update: This is evidently how those Philadelphia poll workers chose to comply with the judge’s order to cover the Obama mural in their polling station: Update: Another report of Obama propaganda hanging in a polling place, this time in Tallahassee, Florida, courtesy of the Media Research Center.
The poster reportedly reads “Change the Atmosphere.” Who knew it would prove so difficult for election supervisors to understand that campaign material from one of the candidates shouldn’t be hanging near the polls?
"Out of 66 wards, approximately 33 wards have applied on the Democratic side [to have lists of poll watching volunteers vetted and approved]," Joe Lynch, an assistant administrator of election activities with the city, told Penn Live on Tuesday.
By comparison, Republicans have only submitted such lists for 8 wards, Lynch added.