Is Trump right about a rigged election?

Friday, August 19, 2016
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Donald Trump 1A Pennsylvania pro-family activist says she agrees with Donald Trump's assessment about potential voter fraud in Pennsylvania.

Recently the GOP presidential candidate told an audience in Pennsylvania: "The only way we can lose, in my opinion — and I really mean this, Pennsylvania — is if cheating goes on."

Even though polls show Hillary Clinton with an average lead of nearly 10 points in the Keystone State, a recent Bloomberg/Selzer poll showed that 34 percent of all voters and 56 percent of Trump voters believe the 2016 election will be rigged.

Diane Gramley, president of the American Family Association of Pennsylvania, is also concerned about potential voter fraud in light of what happened in Philadelphia in 2012.

"Four years ago in the last presidential election, Mitt Romney in several precincts in Philadelphia did not receive one vote - which really is an impossibility if it was on the up and up,” she tells OneNewsNow. "There is a lot of support in Pennsylvania for Donald Trump. So for him to lose, I would attribute that to voter fraud."

And Gramley says she sees a great deal more enthusiasm for Trump around the state.

"I think he had like 6,000 up in Erie the other day,” she notes. “And I do see a lot more support, a whole lot more enthusiasm with the Trump supporters than the Clinton supporters."

The family advocate says enthusiasm is going to play a big role in the November election, as well as whether those who are asked a question in a poll are actually going to turn out and vote for Clinton when it counts.      

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