Border Patrol Parked In Front Of Polling Station

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In Guadalupe, Arizona, located 100 miles from the border, there was a border patrol van parked in the parking lot of the polling location. A poll watcher recalled there was ‘no reason for that border patrol van to be there except to intimidate and coerce and turn voters away.’

Source: The Comprehensive Field Hearing Report On Historical and Contemporary Barriers to Political Participation by Native American Voters. Boulder, CO: Native American Rights Fund, February 2020

 

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