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Politics: Midterm Elections / Ballot Fraud / Police Security #1398115

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 03, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Madison: Omar Jimenez) The story of the Milwaukee election official after obtaining military ballots for fake voters he sent to a Republican official, the reaction of the Wisconsin election commission discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(alpharatta, Georgia: Drew Griffin) What happens when law enforcement polices the ballot box as in Berks County, Pennsylvania, examined; scenes shown; details given of an "election integrity effort to patrol drop boxes. [Pennsylvania voter Donna GORMAN@, Pennsylvania board of commissioners Christian LEIMBACH@, ACLU voting rights policy counsel Marian SCHNEIDER@, Virginia Sheriff Richard VAUGHAN@, Kansas Sheriff Calvin HAYDEN@, Michigan Sheriff Dar LEAF, ICAP at Georgetown Law dir. Mary McCORD@, Berks County voter Raedell MARKS@- comment on the system using armed police & potential intimidation.] The fear sheriffs will inject themselves into the small town elections discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Jimenez, Omar;
Griffin, Drew

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