Trump encourages supporters to cast multiple ballots to fight 'rigged' election
By: Susana Victoria Perez, Veuer
This weekend, the Republican presidential nominee was questioning the validity of Colorado's largely mail-in ballot voting system and whether voters should ditch their mail in and get another ballot in person.
At a rally in Greeley, Colorado, Trump expressed skepticism about the system that was implemented in the swing state.
Colorado is one of the three states where registered voters get their ballots mailed to them, they are filled out and then they can mail them back or they can vote in person.
Trump asked "Who here has sent in their ballot?" And followed up by asking "When you send your ballot in, do you think it's properly counted?"
According to the Colorado Secretary of State's office, once a voting official has received a ballot, a voter cannot change their vote.
Very few voter fraud cases have been reported so far. A Trump supporter in Iowa was arrested for voting twice over the weekend.
The Washington Post reports, she believed her first vote was going to Hillary Clinton.