Secretary of State Kim Wyman calls President Donald Trump’s claim of voter fraud “ludicrous” and said she has seen no evidence of it in Washington state.
Secretary of State Kim Wyman calls President Donald Trump’s claim of voter fraud “ludicrous” and said she has seen no evidence of it in Washington state. Ted S. Warren AP
Secretary of State Kim Wyman calls President Donald Trump’s claim of voter fraud “ludicrous” and said she has seen no evidence of it in Washington state. Ted S. Warren AP

Wyman calls Trump’s vote fraud claim ‘ludicrous,’ refers him to website

July 03, 2017 01:06 PM

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