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If thousands of voters were disenfranchised in an election, would it be immoral on the part of those responsible?

Question:

If thousands of voters were disenfranchised in an election, would it be immoral on the part of those responsible?

Answer:

If anyone with the power to do so freely and knowingly sabotaged another’s right to vote with the intention of changing the outcome of an election that would be a grave injustice.

It also would be a grave injustice to accuse another of doing such a thing if there is reasonable evidence that such accusations may be false.

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