In the wake of Trump's attack on democracy, election officials fear for the future of American elections
by Rob Kuznia, Bob Ortega and Casey Tolan for CNN (September 2021)
In the wake of Trump's attack on democracy, election officials fear for the future of American elections: CNN reports that Trump's efforts to subvert the 2020 election began well before Election Day and have only gained momentum since, with Republicans passing laws to restrict voting or make it easier for partisans to interfere in more than a dozen states, including key battlegrounds.
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