VIDEO: Do voters trust the integrity of the 2020 election?

  • As votes were still being tallied, Campus Reform asked voters in Washington D.C. for their initial reactions.
  • Voters weighed in on the slow ballot counting, whether they would accept the election results, and if they expect riots after a winner is declared.

Prior to Joe Biden being declared the 46th president of the United States, Campus Reform asked voters in Washington, D.C. about the 2020 presidential election, and whether they would trust the results. 

What were the reactions from voters as ballots have taken so long to be counted? Did they intend to honor the result of the election, regardless of who won? 

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Eduardo Neret | Digital Reporter

Eduardo Neret is a digital reporter for Campus Reform. Prior to taking on his current position, Eduardo served as the Senior Florida Correspondent for Campus Reform and founded a conservative web publication where he hosted a series of interviews with notable conservative commentators and public figures. Eduardo’s work has appeared on the Fox News Channel, FoxNews.com, The Washington Examiner, Daily Caller, The Drudge Report, The Blaze, and The Daily Wire. He most recently served as a contributor to the Red Alert Politics section of The Washington Examiner. In addition to his independent journalism, Neret also previously worked at the Department of Justice and the Fox News Channel. He has appeared on numerous radio programs and NewsMaxTV to discuss his work and comment on relevant political issues.

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