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LISTEN: Mail-In Voting And Fraud - What Does The Data Show?

Jul 22, 2020

Connecticut legislators meeting in special session are set to vote before the end of the week on a bill that would effectively allow anyone to vote absentee in the November presidential election. State Republicans are fighting the idea every step of the way, saying expanded mail-in voting is vulnerable to fraud. 

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Reuters reporter Andy Sullivan has written extensively on this issue. He joined Connecticut Public Radio’s All Things Considered host, John Henry Smith, to explore whether critics of expanded mail-in balloting statewide have a point.

Hear the interview below: