There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.  Anyone undermining the validity of the 2020 election — including President Donald Trump — is doing exactly what our foreign adversaries want to see. — Benjamin Hovland, Election Assistance Commission Chairman, Trump-appointed chief election administrator
There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Anyone undermining the validity of the 2020 election — including President Donald Trump — is doing exactly what our foreign adversaries want to see. — Benjamin Hovland, Election Assistance Commission Chairman, Trump-appointed chief election administrator
'Shameful:' Trump-appointed chief election administrator says the president's voting fraud claim 'hurts the fabric of our nation.'
  • In an interview with Insider, Election Assistance Commission Chairman Benjamin Hovland says he considers Joe Biden the president-elect.
  • Hovland says there is "no evidence of widespread voter fraud" and that anyone undermining the validity of the 2020 election — including President Donald Trump — is doing "exactly what our foreign adversaries" want to see.
  • "They want to see our divisions grow deeper and wider," he said of foreign adversaries. "They want people to lose faith and confidence in the election process."
  • Trump said, without evidence, that 2.7 million votes for him have been "deleted." He tweeted that he "will win" reelection despite Biden already proceeding with a presidential transition process.