National: Professor Who Urged an Election Recount Thinks Trump Won, but Voting Integrity Still Concerns Him | The Chronicle of Higher Education

In the days after November’s election, a news report described a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, J. Alex Halderman, as having a made a provocative discovery. The report suggested he had found “persuasive evidence” of voting anomalies in three key swing states, each barely won by Donald J. Trump, that gave him the margin of his surprise victory, and asked whether computer hacking could have been responsible. Claims that Hillary Clinton’s vote totals were suspiciously lower in counties that relied on computerized voting machines helped fuel recount demands by Jill Stein, the Green Party’s presidential nominee, that later were joined by Mrs. Clinton’s campaign.

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