Election Misinformation

“Can we go back to focusing on the testing, please?” official pleads as crowd demands answers to conspiracy theories.
In some Republican-heavy counties like Yavapai and Yuma, voting via drop box this year actually increased from past primaries.
The “chain of custody” process and other rules to safeguard election equipment are only as strong as the clerks who follow them.
Here are a few stories we’ve written lately that debunk misinformation and reveal new information about the forces seeking to undermine elections.
Case cites election-integrity group’s own public claims that it stole data from Michigan company that makes software for managing poll workers.
The obscure document produced by some ballot tabulators won’t prove the fraud activists think it will, experts say.
Yavapai County voted overwhelmingly for Trump, and most voters there used ballot drop boxes. “2000 Mules” is energizing the movement to ban them.
Some GOP election officials running campaigns thread the needle by saying their elections were free of fraud, but they won’t vouch for everyone else, leaving doubts to fester.
Many conservatives have criticized Mark Zuckerberg’s 2020 funding. But not this other guy’s.
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