Letters: Questions about Voting Irregularities Last week, we examined some of the allegations of voter fraud that have come up since Nov. 2. Since then, an analysis of voting irregularities has been released. MIT political scientist Charles Stewart wrote the final report and answers some questions we didn't have time to answer.
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Letters: Questions about Voting Irregularities

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Letters: Questions about Voting Irregularities

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Last week, we examined some of the allegations of voter fraud that have come up since Nov. 2. Since then, an analysis of voting irregularities has been released. MIT political scientist Charles Stewart wrote the final report and answers some questions we didn't get have time to answer.

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Charles Stewart , political science professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; worked on the CalTech-MIT Voting Technology Project