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Election officials push back on Trump's "rigged" allegations

Election officials across the country are pushing back against Donald Trump's assertions that the presidential election may be rigged, arguing that too many safeguards exist against engineered results nationally or in individual states.

Claims of "rigged" contests are "part of free speech," Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, a Republican, said in an interview. "But I would tell voters not to overreact to some of the more spirited language."

It's clear, though, that some supporters have taken Trump's comments to heart. Trump told a town hall crowd in Columbus, Ohio last month: "I'm afraid the election is going to be rigged; I have to be...

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