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  • Sec. Lawson calls Democrat voter fraud allegations 'absurd'
    “Voters have been contacting my office for nearly two weeks. They have stated specifically that their date of birth or first name on their voter registration was changed without their knowledge. As Indiana’s Chief Elections Officer, I have a duty to ensure these voters are not disenfranchised because they think they are no longer registered. I let these voters know they are still registered and can still vote on Election Day. Time is of the essence as there are only 19 days until the election. With these facts in mind, for anyone to suggest I am playing politics with voter registration is absurd. My top priority is to ensure everyone can cast a vote on Election Day. For the record, I have not given the lists my office pulled to anyone in the Election Division, which includes representatives of both parties. The lists were only given to state police. I did this out of my concern for voters and for the integrity of our elections.” - Secretary of State Connie Lawson, denying Democratic Party allegations that her announcement of voter fraud earlier this week was part of a Trump/Pence election strategy to discredit what they call a “rigged election.” Democratic spokesman Drew Anderson said, “It should be the duty of our elected officials to calm the waters ahead of what is sure to be a very vigorous election. Instead … Lawson rushed to judgment without apparently knowing all the facts or without doing her homework.”
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