Election signs are stored at State Farm Arena, home of the NBA's Atlanta Hawks basketball team, Friday, July 17, 2020, in Atlanta. The 16,888-seat facility will be used as a poll location for the upcoming election.
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Election signs are stored at State Farm Arena, home of the NBA's Atlanta Hawks basketball team, Friday, July 17, 2020, in Atlanta. The 16,888-seat facility will be used as a poll location for the upcoming election.
Credit: John Bazemore / AP Photo

Today on Political Rewind, we looked at the integrity of the voting process. While there have been a handful of controversies in the past, particularly when the popular vote and the Electoral College are at odds, modern distrust in our elections is fueled by concerns of voter suppression, outside influences and, most recently, the reliability of absentee voting.

What does it mean when the credibility of our election is in question – before it even takes place?

Panelists:

Todd Rehm – Owner/Editor, GaPundit.com

Mark Niesse – Election Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Tamar Hallerman – Senior Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Stephen Fowler – Politics Reporter at GPB

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