Pennsylvania Voter Says American Elections Set an Example for Democracy

November 8, 2020 Updated: November 8, 2020

HARRISBURG, Pa.—Alysia McMillan joined a protest on Nov. 7, 2020 because she said if an election can be stolen in America, that spells trouble democracies everywhere.

“I’m here today fighting for my country, I’m fighting for what’s right, and we need to maintain the integrity of our elections, period,” McMillan said at a Stop the Steal rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

“America is a country other countries look to when it comes to democracy,” she said. When it comes to our republic, we set an example, we set a standard for the rest of the world.”

“If this happens in America, where an election can be stolen, and American voices no longer count, that opens the door for anything else to happen anywhere else,” she said.

“So I’m here because I want to see an election with integrity. I want all of the votes to be counted, all of the legal votes, not the random votes that popped up overnight, and I’m here because it’s the right thing to do,” she said.