Mother Jones: Kobach’s Voter Fraud Detection Program Is So Flawed That Indiana Created Its Own Software to Fix It

The Crosscheck program has been found to generate false positives that could remove legitimate voters from the rolls.

A program promoted by the vice chair of President Donald Trump’s election commission to crack down on voter fraud has serious flaws, says another Republican member of the commission. So much so that Indiana—home to both the commissioner and Vice President Mike Pence, the chair of the commission—had to come up with its own software to compensate for the errors.