While candidates and political parties gear up for Election Day, those working behind the scenes are quietly planning for a potential legal fracas after Nov. 8—and given the complexities of litigating electronic voting, attorneys may have their work cut out for them.

Suspicion over voting’s validity has become a staple of the 2016 election season. “Both sides of the aisle during the primary were certainly talking about rigged elections, and that talk does continue,” notes Mary Mack, executive director for the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS).

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