Long lines, missing mail-in ballots and confusion this week exposed the problems that could plague the November election

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"The problems that we warned of in our letter, unfortunately, did come to pass," Ravi Doshi, senior voting rights counsel at the CLC, told Insider. "Having law enforcement near a voting site is quite obviously intimidating to voters and it can very well dissuade voters from exercising their fundamental right to vote. It's exactly why we thought it would be problematic for a curfew to be imposed before voting ends." 

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