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Jesse H. Rhodes writes a column about voter fraud published in Newsweek.

He explains that despite President Donald J. Trump’s assertion that there was widespread illegal voting in the 2016 election, there is no evidence of what he calls voter fraud by impersonation.
Rhodes infers that these false claims of illegal voting will accomplish more restrictive voting rules that work to suppress minority voting as a whole.

Paul Collins is featured in the Daily Hampshire Gazette discussing Trump's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, Neil M. Gorsuch.

Collins gives his audience an optimistic quote, "his [Neil M. Gorsuchopinions show respect for people on all sides".

Jesse Rhodes writes in The Conversation about recent claims of voter fraud that occurred during the 2016 Presidential Election.

Paul Musgrave speaks of the decaying relations between the U.S. and China under the new Trump administration. 

Musgrave says "..the greatest geopolitical risk is possible".

Brian Schaffner co-authors analysis in the Washington Post in which President Trump supporters are asked to identify which inauguration photos were captured at Trump's ceremony verses the past inauguration of Barack Obama.

UMass Amherst Professor Brian Schaffner was recently mentioned on CNN and WBUR  to discuss a a certain study he conducted in 2014 researching illegal voter fraud.

AMHERST, Mass. – Michael Nicholson, of Gardner, a University of Massachusetts Amherst senior majoring in political science and history, was honored May 9 at the State House during the state Department of Higher Education’s “29 Who Shine” ceremony saluting public campus graduates for their civic and academic achievements.

Tenzin Dawa Thargay '18, who served as a fellow at the Tibetan Youth Leadership Conference, speaks after receiving his Salute to Service scholarship award.

By Jessica Williams and Emilie Ferreira

A number of these students are selected each semester through a competitive nomination process to receive the UMass Amherst Rising Researcher award in recognition of their scholarly achievements and their related impact on their chosen fields.

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