Election integrity is essential to a functioning country. Americans deserve to know that their elections are being conducted fairly and that their votes count.

Unfortunately, many have reason to think our elections aren’t secure.

Deroy Murdock, a Fox News contributor and senior fellow at the Atlas Network, says he sees election integrity and voter fraud as issues that will determine the continued existence of America as we know it.

“We can’t even tolerate the appearance of vote fraud, because even the mere appearance of vote fraud causes people to lose confidence in our leadership and in our system,” says Murdock, whose columns appear regularly in The Daily Signal. “And pretty soon, our constitutional republic starts to dissolve.”

Murdock joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss the issue of clean and honest elections, and how we can make them more secure.

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  1. Taras Coolidge

    Murdock explains that, to steal a Presidential election, you merely need to beef up the vote in a handful of metropolitan areas in swing states.

    It doesn’t have to be very “widespread”.

    In particular, he makes a very strong case that Georgia’s electoral votes were stolen. He doesn’t say as much about the other States.

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