Voter fraud happens. I never cease to be surprised by people who deny it occurs. It’s a fact that it occurs. I guess when it works in the favor of one party, they don’t seem to want to do something about it. Bet they’d feel different if it benefited the other party. In my view, right is right and wrong is wrong and it doesn’t matter which party it is. Illegal actions should be prosecuted, period. Corruption should be rooted out and exposed, and voters should care, even if it’s “their” party that gets busted for being corrupt. I’m a non-partisan and have come to the conclusion, personally, that partisan politics is destructive because people are willing to overlook corruption and illegal activities in their own parties while simultaneously criticizing the exact same behavior if it’s performed by the other party. It’s ludicrous and hypocritical. But most importantly, it results in us consistently being left with corrupt representatives because the party that person represents is unwilling to do anything about their corruption. I would love to see the party system go away entirely, and voters have to actually educate themselves on a candidate’s stances on all the issues and then select the candidate that most closely matches their own views. Too many voters simply select a “D” or an “R” and that’s all they know about someone.