For most boxers preparing for a fight, any type of distraction can be a major problem. For heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko he must prepare for a fight in April while also worrying about his brother and his home country of Ukraine.
Steve: Fraud, by its very nature and definition, goes undetected and undeterred and is not prosecuted. So there are few "known" instances of voters fraud. Most situations involving fraud of any type are "unknown." It is widely believed that the level of fraud in public benefits is between 25% and 30%. But those are also "unknown", because we would stop them if they were "known" instances. It's far easier to commit voter fraud than it is to commit something like Medicare fraud. And it is far less likely that voter fraud will be detected in the vast majority of instances than for something like Medicare fraud. If you assume that there is no voter fraud just because you haven't detected specific cases, you are making an invalid and erroneous assumption.