People Who Believe 2020 Election Lies Are Knocking Doors Looking For Voter Fraud : Consider This from NPR Your vote is secret. But the fact that you voted in an election is typically public record.

So some people who falsely believe the 2020 election was stolen have tried to audit the results themselves by going door to door in neighborhoods across the country.

NPR's Miles Parks and Colorado Public Radio's Bente Birkeland report on this canvassing effort. It's part of a controversial movement to galvanize everyday Americans to try to uncover voter fraud in their own communities.

In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

They Don't Trust Election Officials, So They're Doing Their Own Door-To-Door Audit

They Don't Trust Election Officials, So They're Doing Their Own Door-To-Door Audit

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A group in Colorado said volunteers had knocked on close to 10,000 doors, in an effort to audit the 2020 election using publicly available voter data. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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A group in Colorado said volunteers had knocked on close to 10,000 doors, in an effort to audit the 2020 election using publicly available voter data.

Alex Wong/Getty Images

Your vote is secret. But the fact that you voted in an election is typically public record.

So some people who falsely believe the 2020 election was stolen have tried to audit the results themselves by going door to door in neighborhoods across the country.

NPR's Miles Parks and Colorado Public Radio's Bente Birkeland report on this canvassing effort. It's part of a controversial movement to galvanize everyday Americans to try to uncover voter fraud in their own communities.

In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

This episode was produced by Connor Donevan. It was edited by Benjamin Swasey and Bridget Kelley. Our executive producer is Sami Yenigun.