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Intimidation at the polls and what it means for elections in the future

Summary by Ground News
Election workers are tasked with running elections that are free and fair. But as mistrust in those elections has risen, voters have turned to threats, intimidation, and harassment. In New Hampshire, that's raised concerns about recruiting the next generation of poll workers. The Legislature passed a bill this session that would make coercion a class B felony.
1 month ago·Concord, United States

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Intimidation at the polls and what it means for elections in the future

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