David Dill

Stanford University / Verified Voting

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David Dill is Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and the founder of Verified Voting, a nonpartisan election watchdog group.

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Donald Trump lost the popular vote, but prevailed in the Electoral College. Now his claim of a "rigged" election has come back to haunt him.

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