Posted 1 year ago on Sept. 30, 2020, 2:24 p.m. EST by ChicagoCitizen
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In Tuesday’s debate, Trump said that he wants his people to go to polling places on election day.
One way to stop this intimidation is to immediately contact your mayor, county supervisor, state’s governor, and/or other appropriate officials.
In these contacts, the official should be asked to enact the following:
On election day, any person who enters a polling place and is either not voting or is not an official working at the polling place is subject to arrest and prosecution; and
On election day, any person who is found to be loitering within three blocks of a polling place is subject to arrest and prosecution.
Of course, the exact language and specific penalties will be determined by the appropriate officials.
Time is of the essence. So the contacts should be made as quickly as possible.