Election Conspiracy Theorists Are Canvasing The Country, Searching For Fraud : The NPR Politics Podcast The effort has further taxed local election officials, who have fielded worried calls from voters who believed that the canvassers were affiliated with the government.

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Election Conspiracy Theorists Are Canvasing The Country, Searching For Fraud

Election Conspiracy Theorists Are Canvasing The Country, Searching For Fraud

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Election judge Michael Firth of Denver, Colorado waits for voters to drop off ballots at a drive-thru ballot drop location outside the Denver Elections Division Building on November 3, 2020 in Denver, Colorado. Marc Piscotty/Getty Images hide caption

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Election judge Michael Firth of Denver, Colorado waits for voters to drop off ballots at a drive-thru ballot drop location outside the Denver Elections Division Building on November 3, 2020 in Denver, Colorado.

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The effort has further taxed local election officials, who have fielded worried calls from voters who believed that the canvassers were affiliated with the government.

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