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Politics Nevada attorney general warns Trump is telling supporters to intimidate at polls

00:35  01 october  2020
00:35  01 october  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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He was talking about voter intimidation ,” tweeted Nevada ’s Democratic Attorney General Aaron Trump says “I’m urging my supporters to go into the polls & watch very carefully because that ’s “The woman told the Inquirer she was ‘hired by the Trump campaign to oversee the integrity of the

Massachusetts Attorney General has put out a reminder about the rules for poll watchers. She says President Donald Trump is threatening to use poll watchers to try to intimidate voters. You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford (D) warned on Wednesday that President Trump was telling supporters during a presidential debate the night before to intimidate voters at polling locations.

a group of people standing in a room: Nevada attorney general warns Trump is telling supporters to intimidate at polls © The Hill Nevada attorney general warns Trump is telling supporters to intimidate at polls

During the debate Tuesday, Trump told supporters to go to polls and "watch very carefully," once again insinuating that fraud may run rampant during this year's election. Trump's comments were widely interpreted among Democrats to suggest his supports participate in voter intimidation.

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Massachusetts Attorney General has put out a reminder about the rules for poll watchers. She says President Donald Trump is threatening to use poll watchers to try to intimidate voters. Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions.

"[H]e wasn't talking about poll watching. He was talking about voter intimidation," Ford said. "FYI -- voter intimidation is illegal in Nevada. Believe me when I say it: You do it, and you will be prosecuted."

Trump also suggested that poll watchers in Philadelphia were kicked out of polling locations in the primary.

"There was a big problem, in Philadelphia they went in to watch, they're called poll watchers, very safe very nice thing - they were thrown out, they weren't allowed to watch," Trump said, adding, "You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia, bad things."

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However, that didn’t translate to overall support for Trump in the poll , which showed 45% saying they are more likely to vote for Biden and 31% for Trump based on George Floyd’s death and the subsequent protests.

Poll watchers are typically registered voters in those states who observe polling operations on behalf of the Democratic and Republican party. Rules vary on who qualifies to be a poll watcher in individual states, though according to The Philadelphia Inquirer the so-called poll watchers referenced by Trump were not approved.

No poll watchers from the Republican National Committee have been approved to observe polling locations in Philadelphia, the Inquirer reported.

Both Nevada and Pennsylvania are key battleground states in the upcoming presidential election.

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