NYU School of Law: mail-in voter fraud statistically insignificant and not enough to “rig” an election

Studies show: fraud by voters at the polls is rare, and does not happen on a scale that could “rig” an election.

Elections that had been meticulously studied for voter fraud found incident rates between 0.0003 percent and 0.0025 percent. Even if there was a precipitous increase in cases, election outcomes will not be altered.

The NYU School of Law published the following report that includes a long list of studies that support this conclusion.

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