Professor discusses Trump, threat of voter fraud in Maryland

Posted at 8:01 PM, Oct 21, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-21 20:01:28-04

Wednesday's final debate before the presidential election made headlines for being the third-most watched presidential debate. 

Republican nominee Donald Trump has been making headlines for responding, "I'll let you know" when asked if he would support the outcome of the election. 

As election day nears, many states are scrambling to prevent voter fraud. Although it hasn't reached Maryland, Baltimore City is working to overcome the many challenges of the primary. The city board of elections is currently hiring and training election judges to ensure polling places open on time and are adequately staffed.

Antonio Campbell is a political science professor at Towson University. He joined ABC2's In Focus to discuss Trump's comments and the threat of voter fraud in Maryland.

See video above for full interview.

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