Election Officials Prepare for Voter Intimidation, Threats at Midterm Polling Sites

Posted on AllSides November 3rd, 2022
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2022 Elections, Elections, Voter Intimidation, Election Officials

In Arizona, after armed activists began monitoring ballot drop boxes, two Republican officials in Maricopa County issued an unusual joint statement to poll watchers: “Don’t dress in body armor to intimidate voters as they are legally returning their ballots.”

In Pennsylvania, the Democrat who oversees the state’s elections has embarked on a public speaking tour to explain why delays and other unevenness in reporting election results is normal—and not an indicator of fraud.

In Georgia, the GOP secretary of state who rebuffed former President Donald Trump’s efforts to change the state’s...

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