Trump loyalists are knocking on voters' doors in the latest quest to find fraud in the 2020 election


Jonathan Diaz, a senior legal counsel for voting rights at the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center, said there's a balancing act between "protecting civic engagement activity and preventing harassment." Voters who are uncomfortable with canvassing can refuse to participate, and they also should call their local election office if they want to learn more about what happened to their ballot last year, he said. "People may have a First Amendment right to canvass, but there's no obligation to provide those people with any information or documents," Diaz added.

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