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St. Louis city election board uncovers voter fraud

The St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners announced today it uncovered "evidence of significant voter fraud" in the November election. The board said it turned over the evidence of voter fraud to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan commended the board's efforts to identify voter fraud. But Lloyd Smith, executive director of the Missouri Republican Party, placed the blame on Carnahan, a Democrat. "Today's announcement by the St. Louis City Board of Elections makes it clear that voter fraud continues to thrive in Missouri, despite Robin Carnahan's attempts to cover up the problem," he said in a statement.