Poll Watchers and the Long History of Voter Intimidation
Poll watchers – observers who can report voting problems to local officials – operate under strict rules. President Trump’s call for his supporters to guard polling places during this election has raised concerns about the potential for voter intimidation.
This story was supported by the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.
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