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Recounting Democracy in Missouri’s 114th Legislative District
Election finagling is really very rare in the United States. President Trump’s various claims of millions of illegal votes stolen, illegally cast, added, or re-apportioned in 2016 are simply silly. Sore losers I’ve heard of, but a sore winner? There are occasions, though, where exceptions are said to happen. The Chicago myth that 100,000 or so added Cook County votes in 1960 elected John Kennedy to the presidency or the mysterious 87 votes in Ballot Box 13 that first put Lyndon Johnson in the U.S. Senate. But the suggestion that American elections are widely subject to wholesale corruption is untrue.
RUSSELL E. SALTZMAN
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