This study provides measures of vote fraud in the 2020 presidential election. This research purely reflects John Lott’s own personal views. This research does not represent work done by or for the US Department of Justice, and it has not been approved of by the DOJ.
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Conclusion: The precinct level estimates for Georgia and Pennsylvania indicate that vote fraud may account for Biden’s win in both states. The voter turnout rate data also indicates that there are significant excess votes in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, and Wisconsin as well. While the problems shown here are large, there are two reasons to believe that they are underestimates:
1) the estimates using precinct level data assume that there is no fraud occurring with in-person voting and
2) the voter turnout estimates do not account for ballots for the opposing candidate that are lost, destroyed, or replaced with ballots filled out for the other candidate.