Voter Fraud Is a Fraud

Writing in The Washington Post today, Justin Levitt, a professor at the Loyola University Law School, discusses the results of his comprehensive study of votes cast in U.S. elections over the last fourteen years. Out of over a billion votes cast in local, state and national elections, Levitt found just thirty-one cases of voter impersonation—the kind of fraud that the current vogue for voter ID laws aims to catch. Helpfully, he details each case in this article, though he warns that not all of them have been thoroughly investigated and so some are likely to be debunked, further reducing an already vanishingly small number.

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