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Secretary of State asks for state funding of voter fraud investigations

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Secretary of State asks for state funding of voter fraud investigations

By O. Kay Henderson Iowa’s Republican Secretary of State is asking for state funding to continue investigating cases of alleged voter fraud, but key Democrats say the request is “highly unlikely” to be granted. Over the past two years, Secretary of State Matt Schultz has used federal “Help America Vote Act” grants to finance the work of a DCI […]

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