Donald Trump urged his supporters in Colorado to vote early and often — literally.
At a rally in Greely on Sunday, the Republican presidential nominee told voters to vote twice — once by mail and once in person — in order to counteract the effects of what he’s calling a “rigged election.”
“When you send your ballot in, do you think it’s properly counted?” Trump said, eliciting shouts of ‘no!’ from the crowd.
“You can check on your ballot to make sure it’s counted properly,” Trump said. “You can go to [Greeley voting location] University Center and they’ll give you a ballot, a new ballot. They’ll void your old ballot and give you a new ballot. And you can go out and make sure it gets in.”