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Turns out, officials from both sides—and their lawyers—are deeply invested in making sure all the votes get cast and counted."We are a state that has that Noah's Ark thing," Turcer says.
"The Democrats watch the Republicans, and the Republicans watch the Democrats.
We do everything two by two."One organized Election Day effort does appear to have caught on among Trump supporters: red shirts.
Polling places typically prohibit electioneering onsite, meaning, among other things, no T-shirts advertising individual candidates.
In this climate of hostility deliberately stirred by Trump, the prospect of voting in some parts of the country this year may feel straight-up scary."We don't want the bad guys to know that we're out there," says Stewart Rhodes, founder of Oath Keepers, in a recruitment video.
(The group is also known for backing rancher Cliven Bundy in his standoff with federal authorities.) "We want them to worry that they're being watched."These promised armies of aggro poll protectors will almost certainly amount to nothing more than a fear-inducing fantasy come Election Day, not least because strict federal and state laws protect voters from intimidation.
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“The possibility of violence on or around Election Day is very real,” Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Centre told Politico.
His campaign has largely outsourced his get-out-the-vote ground game to the Republican National Committee and state parties.
In fact, the most recent case of actual voter fraud came from an Iowa woman arrested after she attempted to cast two ballots for Mr Trump.
She claimed she feared her initial Trump vote would be changed to a vote for Hillary Clinton.
He told his supporters at a rally in Pennsylvania to go watch voters in "certain places" outside of their own communities, a piercing dog-whistle call to descend on non-white areas that vote heavily Democratic. People in Ohio talked openly about racially profiling would-be voters to intimidate them—a federal crime.
A right-wing group best known for descending heavily armed on Ferguson, Missouri, during Black Lives Matter protests is calling on members to "go and hunt down" alleged vote fraud.
At least, his lack of faith in a US electoral system he calls "rigged" suggests he thinks your vote won't count. His allegations of widespread voter fraud are baseless.