GOLDEN, Colo. -- Donald Trump launched a new round of claims about voter fraud Saturday at a rally here in Colorado, a state that is conducting its presidential election by mail for the first time.
The Republican presidential nominee seemed to allege, without presenting specific evidence, that those collecting ballots might discard the ones marked with candidates they did not like: “Like people say, ‘Oh, here’s a ballot, bing, here’s another ballot, throw it away, throw. Oh, here’s one I like, we’ll keep that one. I have real problems, so get your ballots in. We’re trying to have some pretty good supervision out there. We have a lot of people watching you people that collect the ballots.”