Investigations Needed to Address Election Fraud Problem
There is broad interest in possible fraud in the 2020 presidential election. One party attempted to audit elections in various states, including Pennsylvania, to determine whether there had been voter fraud or voter fraud. The other side often says that fraud does not exist, despite the undeniable fact of many convictions in other elections. Those who deny the existence of voter fraud are unfortunately ill-informed and must do their own research.
Election fraud and electoral fraud exist despite allegations of lack of evidence.
Some claim that challenging the results of an election and calling for audits undermines our confidence in the election. Clearly, confidence in the elections has been undermined both by those who claim there was fraud and by those who vigorously deny the fraud and denigrate any attempt to establish the facts.
The reasonable way forward that should satisfy both sides of the argument is to have a full audit by an independent accredited agency. That the results be fully disseminated. If there has been fraud, it will be discovered. If there is no fraud, we can move on.
Leaving the issue of fraud in dispute does not advance and does not help anyone.
Township of Greenwich