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Do unofficial poll watchers help or intimidate voters?

Donald Trump has called on supporters to watch polling places on Election Day for signs of voter fraud. Trump and his supporters fear the election will be rigged by what they see as a corrupt government, and just want to exercise their rights. But some election officials are worried that a large presence of Trump supporters outside election places will suppress voter turnout. What do you think? Vote now!

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The New York Times made the interactive "Voter Suppression Trail," so you too can experience what it's like to be a Black salesman while voting in Wisconsin. (Spoiler: It doesn't end well.)

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Many of Donald Trump's supporters think the election will be rigged by corrupt officials. 

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Having armed people patrolling polls is the definition of voter intimidation. Calling for armed people to go to "urban" areas to monitor polling places is a dog whistle for supporters to intimidate voters. 

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As always, The Onion gets it right on the nose. 

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Some refuse to be intimidated, but the threat is still there. 

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Politics
Do unofficial poll watchers help or intimidate voters?
#KeepingItHonest
A festive crown for the winner
#IntimidatingVoters