Skeptics urge Bevin to show proof of fraud, warn of corrosive effects

Trailing in the vote tally for Kentucky’s governorship by about 5,000 votes, incumbent Gov. Matt Bevin decided last week to play what’s becoming a familiar card: He questioned the election’s legitimacy. No Kentucky election official, including Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, has corroborated that claim in the days since Bevin made it. Critics and elections specialists are calling for Bevin to provide evidence of the dramatic claim or retract it. Miles Parks, NPR.

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