In response to the two articles in the Sept. 18 letters to the editor about "Google elections Politico," it seems like the writers are confused about the power of Google.
The company may be able to change poll results, but have no control on how people vote. Ergo, they can't rig election results.
It is another example of how people are duped. If people would take the time to fact-check information, they would be able to discern more carefully what is and isn't true.
People who read this article might think, "wow, Google controls the election process." It is like the Republican debate on last week. There were at least 10 untrue statements.
But someone who is on the fence about which party to support and doesn't check the facts may have a biased opinion about who our next president should be. Be observant people. This next election is very important for all of us.