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Voter Fraud and Civil War

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Voter fraud has a long history in the United States. Ominously, much of that history traces back to civil war. In the vote for the Kansas Territory’s first legislature in 1855, 6,307 people voted, even though the territory had only 2,905 legal voters. Thousands had poured across the border from Missouri to vote in an attempt to make sure Kansas joined the union as a slave state, which would help perpetuate slavery nationwide. Missouri Senator David Atchison led the effort. One of his lieutenants told a crowd to “mark every scoundrel among you that is the least tainted with free-socialism…

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