Opinion: Exercise Your Right To Vote With the Knowledge That Voter Intimidation Is Against the Law

Talking Points Memo

Both federal and state law protects voters from intimidation. Under federal law, it is a felony for anyone to intimidate, threaten, or coerce any other person in order to interfere with their right to vote, or even attempt to do so. This law protects voters from a wide range of intimidating conduct, including activities that would be considered lawful away from polling places.

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