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Editorial: No, slow vote counts don't mean fraud. To suggest otherwise is irresponsible

As of Thursday, more than a week after election day, about 2.7 million ballots cast by California voters remained uncounted. In all but two of the 58 California counties - lightly populated Sierra and Inyo - vote-counting is ongoing and may continue until the Dec. 7 deadline.

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