The Washington Post report:
The claims of voter fraud were false, proved untrue by public data and the state’s top election official. That didn’t stop them from going viral, as right-wing activists took to Twitter over the weekend to spread specious allegations of trickery in Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucuses.
The episode showcased the perils of conducting elections in the age of social media, where volume is more important than veracity. Tom Fitton, the president of the conservative activist group Judicial Watch, wrote Sunday morning that “eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than citizens old enough to register.”
That notion, based on a Judicial Watch report purporting to find similar irregularities in hundreds of counties across the country, is false, according to state officials and a Washington Post review of the most up-to-date data.
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One day before the Iowa Caucus, it’s been revealed that EIGHT Iowa counties have more adults registered to vote than voting-aged adults living there
Don’t let voter fraud steal the 2020 election
RT for national Voter ID!
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) February 2, 2020
— Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate (@IowaSOS) February 3, 2020