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The Future of America's Voting Infrastructure

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After a turbulent several months, the Constitution reaffirmed the initial outcome of the general election, certifying President Joe Biden's victory. However, that did come without President Trump's claims of fraud, massive distrust from Republican voters, over 60 GOP lawsuit losses and a mob inside the United States Capitol. To prevent further chaos and lower the temperature in the country, the vast majority of American citizens must trust election results and operate on the same set of facts. That's what Fordham Philosophy professor John Davenport discusses with Emmanuel Berbari on this week's edition of Fordham Conversations — potential reforms for the 117th Congress to consider, potential issues with coming elections and much more.