County officials confident in ability to host secure elections amid Trump’s concerns of voter fraud

Vote by mail (The Enterprise/Kezia Setyawan).

Despite President Donald Trump’s concerns of widespread voter fraud through mail-in ballots in the November 2020 election, local officials have trust in Malheur County’s system and the rest of the state’s ability to keep elections secure.

Last month, Trump tweeted that the 2020 election will be the “most rigged” election in U.S. history because . . .

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