‘Change My Vote’ And ‘Hunter Biden’ Appear Together In Top Google Search Trends — What Does It Mean?

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Matthew Weil, the director of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Elections Project, spoke with the Daily Caller’s Samantha Renck about the uptick in people searching if they can change their vote, the potential impact on the election and more.

Google trends showed an uptick in searches for the phrases “change my vote” and “Hunter Biden” following the second and final presidential debate. The president responded to the trend Tuesday morning via Twitter by encouraging people to change their votes if possible.

“In most states this is not an option,” Weil said in reference to whether people can change their ballots. “It’s an option in a select few states,” such as Pennsylvania.

He continued, “even in the ones that it is an option it’s more ‘it was an option’ because one of those states, Minnesota, the deadline to do that has already passed.” (RELATED: Election Experts Warn Voters To Stop Sending In Ballots, Vote In Person Amidst USPS Delays)


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