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Election fraud affects all voters and non-voters, so they fail the "peculiarly" test.

I don't know if I agree. I think that the voter's who have been disenfranchised by having their votes "diluted" by fraud (those voting for the loser who would have won absent the fraud) can clearly be seen as peculiar or a group distinct from those who voted the other way.
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