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IN Focus: “Rigged” election rhetoric dominates headlines after last debate

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INDIANAPOLIS - In recent days, there's been a lot of talk of a 'rigged' election.

But is voter fraud really happening in Indiana? Experts say widespread fraud is nonexistent on the national level, and that it's essentially impossible to truly rig a de-centralized election that's run by the states and both political parties.

Still, the notion of a 'rigged' election has been a central theme on the campaign trail, with Republican Donald Trump claiming the media, the polls, and perhaps the election itself are rigged against him.

Trump has even suggested he might not accept the results of the November election, prompting more criticism of the GOP nominee.

In the video above, CBS4's Matt Smith has the latest news from the campaign trail and reaction to the ongoing voter fraud investigation in Indiana.

In the video below, the IN Focus panel looks at the latest projections and polling numbers, showing Democrat Hillary Clinton with a substantial lead in the race for President, despite the ongoing but sometimes overshadowed controversy over the Clinton Foundation highlighted by many of the recent Wikileaks document dumps.

The panel also recaps the final debate, with a look at how Trump and Clinton handled the issues and the latest campaign controversies.

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