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In this April 4, 2016, file photo, a large crowd of media and voting rights advocates listen as Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan speaks during a news conference after she certified the official canvass of the Arizona presidential primary election in Phoenix. New ID requirements. Unfamiliar or distant polling places. Names missing from the voter rolls. Those are just some of the challenges that could disrupt voting across the country through Election Day. While most elections have their share of glitches, experts worry conditions are ripe this year for trouble at the nations polling places. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

No, voter fraud isn't a myth: 10 cases where it's all too real

- The Washington Times

As Donald Trump takes on the Republican establishment, Democrats and the mainstream media, he's telling supporters they're fighting against a "rigged" system, rife with voter fraud and those eager to protect the status quo. The left, predictably, says this type of talk is "dangerous" to the integrity of our electoral system, and then glibly asks for Mr. Trump to prove his voter fraud allegations.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, accompanied by former Vice President Al Gore, right, attempts to quiet the crowd as a protester disrupts her speech during a rally at Miami Dade College in Miami, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Top 10 Clinton scandals exposed by WikiLeaks

- The Washington Times

The ongoing WikiLeaks dump of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta's emails has exposed the corruption and cronyism of her campaign and time in office. Everyday there are more revelations of wrongdoing, so much so, it's hard to keep up with. So here's the top 10 double-dealing, dishonest discoveries uncovered thus far.