Bush out at NBC
NBC News has fired “Today” show host Billy Bush, who was caught on tape in a vulgar conversation about women with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump before an “Access Hollywood” appearance in 2005.
Bush, who had been at “Today” for two months, is the nephew of Republican former President George H.W. Bush. states with some measure of Democratic control over the process, including Minnesota and Missouri, where the chief election officer is a Democrat elected by the voters; Pennsylvania, where the secretary of state was appointed by the state’s Democratic governor; and Virginia, where Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe — a longtime Clinton ally — appointed that state’s threeperson elections board.
Overall, researchers have found that voter fraud in prior elections is extremely rare. Two years ago, Loyola Marymount Law School professor Justin Levitt, who studies election administration, found 31 credible claims of voter fraud among more than 1 billion ballots cast since 2000.