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[Getty Images] Washington Post Bousquet: A 'rigged' Florida election? Don't bet on it, Mr. Trump 2 Months Ago GREEN BAY, Wis. For months, Donald Trump has insisted that the electoral system is rigged against him and that he could lose because of voter fraud. But how exactly would that happen? At a campaign rally in Green Bay on Monday evening, Dave Radtke, 66, said he expects Democrats will load people on buses in Chicago and bring them to Wisconsin to vote, where legal residents are allowed to register on Election Day. Josh Eilers, 22, said he expects Democrats will go to Chicago and pay homeless people to vote for Hillary Clinton, something that he says happens "way too much." Sue Rosenthal, 74, said "something seems off" with early voting programs in large cities that she says allow a stream of people to have access to voting machines ahead of Election Day. Gene A. Wheaton, 68, said the Democrats will use "any means necessary" to win, so he worries about "the stealth thing that they can do electronically or some other way to really either erase somebody's valid vote or get a bunch of people in secretly voting to load it up for the other side." Trump supporters were insistent that such fraud is rampant and that major media outlets are conspiring to hide the issue. While many said they are glad that Wisconsin now requires an identification to vote, they said polls need more security measures. Tammy Petras, 57, said that she thinks some of the voting machines might be "skewed" after undergoing routine maintenance and that some absentee ballots are intercepted and destroyed.
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