Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence urged supporters of Donald Trump to volunteer at your polling place to watch for fraud.
"In terms of the actual vote itself — if you're here at a rally and you've not yet volunteered to participate in the electoral process of respectfully providing accountability at a polling place come Election Day, then you haven't yet done all you can do," Pence said at an Ohio rally, per The Hill. "Voter fraud cannot be tolerated by anyone in this nation."
Pence, also the governor of Indiana, added the mainstream media is trying to rig the election against the Republican presidential candidate "with their biased coverage."
Trump also has said he expects the election to be rigged due to voter fraud.
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign pushed back, with campaign manager Robby Mook saying in a conference call, "He knows he's losing and is trying to blame that on the system." Mook added, "That's what losers do. We're not even going to give it any credit by amplifying it."
Despite the warning of fraud, Pence said the Republican Party would "absolutely" accept the outcome of the election.
An advocacy group has accused Pence of voter suppression after Indiana state police raided a voter registration program, according to The Washington Post.
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