During the Missouri presidential primary in March, David Beebe, the supervisor election judge at United Methodist Church, showed voters how to use the electronic voting booths. Most people in charge of voting places say they’ve seen little to no evidence of voter fraud.
During the Missouri presidential primary in March, David Beebe, the supervisor election judge at United Methodist Church, showed voters how to use the electronic voting booths. Most people in charge of voting places say they’ve seen little to no evidence of voter fraud. File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
During the Missouri presidential primary in March, David Beebe, the supervisor election judge at United Methodist Church, showed voters how to use the electronic voting booths. Most people in charge of voting places say they’ve seen little to no evidence of voter fraud. File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

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