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  • Feds ready to monitor for, prosecute voter fraud, says Attorney General Lynch

    Federal election monitors will be gathering information to look for any instances of voter intimidation and fraud, says U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. She also encourages all Americans to vote in the "free and fair election."

Federal election monitors will be gathering information to look for any instances of voter intimidation and fraud, says U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. She also encourages all Americans to vote in the "free and fair election." YouTube/The Justice Department
Federal election monitors will be gathering information to look for any instances of voter intimidation and fraud, says U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. She also encourages all Americans to vote in the "free and fair election." YouTube/The Justice Department

Voting issues in North Carolina could determine the entire election

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