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Widespread voter fraud in 2020 election? A lot of Utahns think so



SALT LAKE CITY — Sandy resident Andrea Bartlett says it would be difficult to pull off the extensive voter fraud that President Donald Trump and his Republican supporters claimed in the 2020 election.

The 36-year-old married mother of three said she believes states’ leaders who say they looked into questions about the results and corrected errors or found no fraud.

“I don’t think elected officials purposely lie to the public, except for maybe our current president,” she said. “If there was a giant conspiracy, I don’t think the Senate would have come down to two seats in Georgia.”

Bartlett is among 49% of Utahns who don’t think there was widespread voter fraud in the November election, according to a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll.

But 41% of Utahns say fraud was prevalent, while 10% aren’t sure.

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