Local Groups Shift Position On Election Integrity After Race Called For Biden
On the eve of Election Night, multiple local conservatives and Trump supporters said they trusted the election process in determining the next president of the United States. But with projections coming in from news organizations around the world that former Vice-President Joe Biden will be the president-elect, this has changed.
At the “USU for Trump” parade in Logan on Nov. 2, event organizers Grace Henderson and Corey Wettstein said they had faith in the election system and would trust the results. Two days later, the Instagram page the two run posted, “It’s becoming obvious the Democrat’s tried to rig the election last night through voter fraud. As President Trump was on his way to anther win. Don’t get discouraged.” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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