Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has made it clear that he’s worried about having a fair election on November 8th.  He has repeatedly warned supporters of the possibility of widespread voter fraud and of the possibility of a ‘rigged election’, something that would of course be unprecedented in Presidential politics in America.

He’s not alone though, in worrying about voter fraud and the effects it could have at the ballot box.  Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is in charge of elections in the state, shares some of his concerns. 

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