Study Finds Potential Voter Fraud

A study which examined 11.5 million voter records in five states, including Colorado, uncovered 112 instances of possible improper voting, which occurred in the 2016 presidential election. Ten people who voted in Colorado are suspected of casting two ballots within the state, while 38 Colorado voters may have voted in two states. The study stopped short of saying that fraud had been committed in all of these cases, noting further investigation could reveal administrative explanations. The study commenced before President Trump’s allegations of widespread voter fraud, and the extensive research started before the formation of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. The Colorado Secretary of State’s office is providing information about the 48 instances, along with other issues, such as signature problems, to law enforcement. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says while the number of improper voting cases represent a small percentage of the population, these occurrences still need to be vigilantly investigated. The investigation revealed possible improper voting by Coloradans who were unaffiliated, Republican, Democrat and members of minor parties.

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