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Strident voices in the political parties, such as Rachida Dati, the Paris mayoral candidate for Les Républicains, or Laurent Hénart, the president of the Radical Party, have called for the outlawing of postal voting to be reversed.
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A mayoral advisory group made similar recommendations Thursday.
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It is also important for the government to conduct district council and mayoral elections as stipulated in the agreement.
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A Washington Post review of data from after the 2016 election found just four confirmed cases of voter fraud: three people who tried to vote for Mr Trump twice — and were caught — and an election worker in Miami who was caught trying to fill in a bubble on someone else’s ballot for a local mayoral candidate.