Election law expert isn't buying claims that Nov. 8 will be rigged

Election judges check ballots during a test of the ballot system at Denver election headquarters on Oct. 13. Edward Foley, an election law expert from Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law, says in the past, a "rigged" election has meant tampering with or stuffing ballot boxes or buying votes. He doesn't think that could happen on Nov. 8.
Election judges check ballots during a test of the ballot system at Denver election headquarters on Oct. 13. Edward Foley, an election law expert from Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law, says in the past, a "rigged" election has meant tampering with or stuffing ballot boxes or buying votes. He doesn't think that could happen on Nov. 8.