The Republican presidential nominee also implied he wants police out in force at polling stations on Nov.
8, which is illegal in several states including Pennsylvania. I’m going to make them a little bit nervous.” Except targeting voters to make them "a little bit nervous" can easily be seen as a form of voter intimidation, which is illegal.
"What if someone goes to the wrong place, waits in line for a long time, realizes its the wrong place and says, 'I don't have time to get to the right polling place,' and doesn't vote? ] The American Civil Liberties Union says that one example of such intimidation is aggressively questioning a voter about his or her citizenship, criminal record or other qualifications to vote. any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of [that] person to vote or to vote as he may choose.” [Have you experienced problems voting?Show elections, in which there is only one candidate, are sometimes classified as electoral fraud, although they may comply with the law and are presented more as referendums.In national elections, successful electoral fraud can have the effect of a coup d'état or corruption of democracy.