The election authorities of the state government have no found any evidence of any major fraud or rigged in the US election.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump made no official announcement a week after the election. He alleged that the election was rigged. He has been defeated by counting fake votes.
The influential US newspaper The New York Times says it has contacted election offices in 45 states. No state has reported any major fraud.
Each state election in the United States is governed by the election office of the state government. These electoral offices operate independently. The Secretary of State is responsible for publishing the election results.
Despite the political controversy, the people of the United States have never questioned the institutional acceptability of the electoral office. Everyone believes that these organizations work according to the law. There is no chance of anyone being biased here.
The New York Times reported that Minnesota Secretary of State Steven Simon said not a single person in their state had gone into any debate over the acceptability of the vote. There was no fraud anywhere.
Kansas State Republican Secretary of State Scott Schwab said he did not see any vote fraud, vote-rigging, or irregularities in the US November 3 election. He expressed satisfaction with the state election.
The Secretary of State for Michigan told the New York Times that Trump’s campaign camp has called for lawsuits against the state’s absentee votes and the counting of votes received by mail. However, they do not have any allegations or evidence of fraud in the entire election process.
Since election night, Donald Trump and his campaign camp have been complaining about the state of Pennsylvania’s vote count. The state’s attorney general Jose Shapiro told the New York Times that several of Trump’s lawsuits against the Pennsylvania vote have already been dismissed. The attorney general’s office said there was no basis for these cases.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rafensparger has been shot dead. No Democrat presidential candidate has won in the state since 1992.
Two Republican senators in the state demanded the resignation of Brad Rafensparger shortly after Joe Biden took the lead. Joe Biden received more than 10,000 votes than Trump after counting 99 percent of the state’s votes.
Brad Rafensparger told the New York Times that his demand for the resignation was ridiculous. He also ruled out the possibility of any fraud in the Georgia vote or count, except for one isolated incident.
All major US media outlets declared Joe Biden the winner, based on information from each state’s election office. After fulfilling all the official obligations from the states, the fruits are sent to the centers after verification from the states.
On election night, Donald Trump announced that he would not accept the results announced in the media. He announced legal action.