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Ballot rigging, vote rigging or ballot box stuffing refer to methods of electoral fraud designed to influence the results of an election. In practice, ballot rigging involves not counting ballots (votes) that have been properly cast, either by switching them to a different candidate or by throwing them away without counting them.
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