President Trump has made a series of recent claims about the potential for rampant mail-in voting fraud ahead of the 2020 presidential election. These claims are unsubstantiated, according to The Associated Press, AFP, @factcheckdotorg and others. State officials and elections experts say mail-in voting is safe and secure.
Once again, @realDonaldTrump’s repeated false claim voting by mail leads to widespread “corruption” debunked by top election officials in states nationwide—including those from his own party, @Hearst TV National Investigative Unit #factcheck found July 17:https://t.co/YudWcTOieX https://t.co/nJXlv0rr3S
— Mark Albert (@malbertnews) July 26, 2020
There is no evidence to support this claim.
— AFP Fact Check 🔎 (@AFPFactCheck) July 21, 2020
Trump exaggerates the amount of voter fraud via mail-in ballots: https://t.co/gyvdTu2tyo
— FactCheck.org (@factcheckdotorg) July 21, 2020
President Trump is opening a new front in his fight against mail-in voting, asserting that foreign countries will print up millions of bogus ballots. Election experts say safeguards are in place to prevent that kind of fraud. https://t.co/vZGuxVV1Aj
— The Associated Press (@AP) June 22, 2020