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from The Independent

Computer scientists say they have strong evidence election was rigged against Clinton in three key states

In Wisconsin, Ms Clinton received 7 per cent fewer votes in counties that depended on electronic-voting machines compared to countries that used optical scanners and paper ballots, and consequently Ms Clinton may have lost up to 30,000 votes. She lost Wisconsin by 27,000 votes.

from The Telegraph

Hillary Clinton urged by computer scientists to challenge election results in three swing states amid rigging fears

The scientists say there is a questionable trend of Clinton performing worse in counties that relied on electronic voting machines that could have been hacked compared to paper ballots and optical scanners that can not be hacked. Clinton received 7% fewer votes in counties that relied on electronic voting machines. Clinton lost Wisconsin by 27,000 votes, but the experts reportedly say that with the alleged irregularities she may have been denied up to 30,000 votes.

from The Sun

Cyber experts show how easy it is to HACK a US voting machine with a £24 card

EDWARD SNOWDEN has demonstrated how easy it is to hack into an electronic voting machine still used in several states where voters go to the polls today. He showed his 2.4 million Twitter followers…

from VICE News

Jill Stein crowdfunds millions to push for vote recount in three swing states

The scientists say there is a questionable trend of Clinton performing worse in counties that relied on electronic voting machines that could have been hacked compared to paper ballots and optical scanners that can not be hacked. Clinton received 7% fewer votes in counties that relied on electronic voting machines. Clinton lost Wisconsin by 27,000 votes, but experts say that the irregularities have her denied up to 30,000 votes. Four swing states are in question.....CNN

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from the Guardian

Trump wins Washington primary as protests erupt by Albuquerque rally – as it happened

Sanders’ campaign has asked the Kentucky secretary of state to review electronic voting machines and absentee ballots. May 24 2016 #feelthebern

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from BBC News

Trump election: Activists call for recount in battleground states

Trump election: Activists call for recount in battleground states - BBC News

Newly compiled state-by-state electronic voting machine software standards & testing information

By spending as little as a mere two billion dollars, anyone with that amount of money can now afford to buy an entire US election -- Congress, the White House, governorships and all. We could have been using solar power all this time for instance -- and also cleaned up our rivers and even eliminated the need for fossil fuel. But no. For a few (billion) dollars more at election time, you can potentially doom the entire human race.