Alec Dent is the culture editor and a staff writer for The Dispatch. He is a graduate of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at UNC Chapel Hill, and previously oversaw The Dispatch's fact checking team.
The legal team is making unfounded claims to say that the election was stolen.
Sean Hannity raised questions about a machine that is not being used in Michigan and Georgia.
A map implies that the software is used only in states that President Trump is contesting.
The term ‘superspreader’ was not used but coverage noted the lack of social distancing.
The vote-counting software has been the subject of conspiracy theories about Democrats ‘stealing the election.’
The site has not made a call on the outcome of the Keystone state.
Workers are transcribing votes from damaged ballots onto clean ones, and they are being watched by bipartisan poll workers.