The following are the common types of alleged voter fraud:
Double voting (ballot stuffing): One individual casts more than one ballot in the same election.
Dead voters: The name of a deceased person remains on a state's official list of registered voters and a living person fraudulently casts a ballot in that name.
Felon voter fraud: The casting of a ballot by a convicted felon who is not eligible to vote as a result of being a felon.
Voter suppression: A variety of tactics aimed at lowering or suppressing the number of voters who might otherwise vote in a particular election.
Registration fraud: Filling out and submitting a voter registration card for a fictional person, or filling out a voter registration card with the name of a real person, but without that person's consent, and forging his or her signature on the card.
Voter impersonation: A person claims to be someone else when casting a vote.
Vote-buying: Agreements between voters and others to buy and sell votes, such as a candidate paying voters to vote for him or her.
Fraud by election officials: Manipulation of ballots by officials administering the election, such as tossing out ballots or casting ballots in voters' names.
Ballot harvesting: A person requests a mail ballot for someone else or steals a mail ballot, then uses that ballot and forges the intended recipient's signature. Also refers to filling out a ballot for someone else who has requested assistance in filling out a ballot, rather than assisting them. In some states, ballot harvesting refers to the legal practice of third-party collection of multiple absentee ballots for submission.
More proof that the Republicans will do literally anything to hang on to power. If they get caught committing election fraud, they quickly disown the guilty party, then subvert election laws to gain a better toehold.