In less than 48 hours, Donald Trump said or tweeted more than 20 times how he believes the election process is rigged. He’s even gone as far as to encourage his supporters to go out on Election Day to ‘stop voter fraud.’ … “I think it’s all kind of ridiculous,” said Natasha Berg, first time voter. “It’s just the last straw he’s trying to grab to get any kind of relevance he has left,” said Jackson Frey, voter. Trump going as far as to tell his supporters to do their part to stop it. “Go to your place and vote and go pick some other place and go sit there with your friends and make sure it’s on the up and up,” Trump said. This could cause voter intimidation worries for local election officials on Election Day. “That’s always a claim people make but we don’t really see it,” said Mike Montiplaisir, Cass County Auditor.
Montiplaisir says it’s highly unlikely for voter fraud. “Trying to change votes is pretty impossible here,” Montiplaisir said.
Meaning nothing will change here on Nov. 8. That means no campaigning within 100 feet of a voting precinct and 500 election workers facilitating. “They’re very dedicated, they want to make sure only those who are eligible to vote can vote,” said Montiplaisir.