Examine the issue of voting fraud.
Research at least three scholarly, peer-reviewed sources to supplement your required non-scholarly, credible source from the Pew Research Center (PRC).
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Voting Fraud:
Examine the issue of voting fraud. Determine how common documented voting fraud has been in the last 15 years, the methods commonly used, and by whom. Discuss at least three commonly proposed solutions for voting fraud, if they would address the cases of voting fraud you identified, and the advantages and disadvantages of each proposed solution.
Required Non-Scholarly, Credible Source:
Pew Research Center. (2018, October 29). Elections in America: Concerns over security, divisions over expanding access to voting. Pew Research Center. https://www.pewresearch.org/politics/2018/10/29/elections-in-america-concerns-over-security-divisions-over-expanding-access-to-voting/
Selected Scholarly Sources:
Eggers, A.C., Garro, H., & Grimmer, J. (2021, November 9). No evidence for systematic voter fraud: A guide to statistical claims about the 2020 election. PNAS, 118(45). https://doi.org/10.1073/PNAS.2103619118
Goel, S., Meredith, M., Morse, M., Rothschild, D., & Shirani-Mehr, H. (2020). One person, one vote: Estimating the prevalence of double voting in U.S. presidential elections. American Political Science Review, 114(2), 456–469.