Bullies at the Voting Both

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American History

 

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Betty W

 

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July 4, 2015

 

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Many members of these action groups showed up during the September 7th primaries to "check the polls to see if illegal aliens were voting." Poll watchers are defined as people appointed to observe an election on the behalf of a candidate, political party, or political committees. In several states the presence of poll watchers to be used this election is massive, which can be very intimidating according to John Greenbaum, director of the Voting Rights Project in Michigan as they "can confront voters with questions like, "What's your name? or "What are you doing here" or imply that the voters shouldn't be voting...
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Many members of these action groups showed up during the September 7th primaries to "check the polls to see if illegal aliens were voting." Poll watchers are defined as people appointed to observe an election on the behalf of a candidate, political party, or political committees. In several states the presence of poll watchers to be used this election is massive, which can be very intimidating according to John Greenbaum, director of the Voting Rights Project in Michigan as they "can confront voters with questions like, "What's your name? or "What are you doing here" or imply that the voters shouldn't be voting...
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