As Donald Trump claims Mail-In-Voting will make the election ‘fraudulent and inaccurate’ we follow the decades-long battle over claimed voter fraud. Going back to the infamous election night of 2000, when Americans awoke the following day not knowing who their President was.  

Erik Green interviews William Barnard to discuss the role of Democrats Abroad in increasing support for the party and turnout this election amongst Americans living abroad. 


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How does America feel? : Robert Griffin on the beliefs and behaviours of America voters US Election with Erik Green

Part 2 in a series of podcast interviews dedicated to finding out how Americans feel about their country and the upcoming election. Exclusive interview with Robert Griffin, Research Director at 'Voter Study Group'. Which brings together analysts and scholars to develop insights from the views of the electorate. We compare the electorate today to 2016, role of age/education and views about immigration on voting patterns + research that should worry Trump. erikgreen.co.uk
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Click Here for the long read that links to this podcast episode. Which charts the debate over voting fraud and analyses how mail-in ballots have become increasingly politicised. As well as looking at some of the lessons that can be learned from the midterms held during the Spanish Influenza Pandemic in 1918 and a New York congressional election held last June, to ensure the 2020 election result is not undermined. On an election night that sets to be like no other as millions of Americans cast their ballot away from the polling station and mail-in votes play an unprecedented role.