Cavaille explains the complex U.S. vote-counting to her hometown French newspaper

November 5, 2020 Le Telegramme

"Unlike France where the national state organizes [vote-counting], here each state is responsible for how the votes are counted. To be able to rig the election, [you] would have to interact with the governors of each of the 50 states, who themselves would have to co-opt all local clerks. The system is so badly made that it is impossible to rig!," Charlotte Cavaille told her hometown newspaper in Brest, France.

You can read the article, in French, here.