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"Rampant" voter fraud is already going down across the US, all of which is in favor of Democrats.
Watch the Washington Times' Kelly Riddell run down some of the worst cases so far on "Fox and Friends":
The Democrats are going to be doing everything they can to STEAL this election from Donald Trump. There are trillions of dollars on the line and you can bet your bottom dollar the establishment will do everything in their power to prevent Trump from winning. Obama even went so far as to tell illegal immigrants they shouldn't "fear" voting because no one will be "investigating" them. We the people do need to be investigating them by all legal means and catching them in the act on camera.
We need all Americans who love this country to get out and vote for Trump. If you see anything suspicious, record it on your phone and report any suspected cases with Vote Stand app. Also, share anything suspect on social media.
You should report any cases of fraud or suspected fraud to local state officials, which will be either the Secretary of State of the State Board of Elections. Here's a list of numbers you can call from FreedomWorks' 2012 guide for reporting fraud:
California 916 657-2166
New Hampshire 603-271-3242
New Jersey 609-292-3760
New Mexico 505-827-3600
New York 518-473-5086
North Carolina 919-733-7173
North Dakota 701-328-4146
Rhode Island 401-222-2345
South Carolina 803-734-9060
South Dakota 605-773-3537
Washington DC 202-727-2525
West Virginia 304-558-6000
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