Nevada County officials address voter intimidation concerns

“Election officials in Nevada County are reminding everyone that campaigning near voting centers and ballot drop boxes is not allowed,” as KCRA is reporting.

“Voters in the county expressed concern this week over their personal safety while using a drive-up ballot drop box at the Rood Center in Nevada City.

“‘There was a pro-Trump rally here,’ Nevada County Registrar of Voters Gregory Diaz said. ‘Many, many vehicles and people were not able to access the outdoor drop box that we have and our constituents felt they were intimidated — didn’t want to get out of their cars.'”

The video is here:

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  1. I gleaned these pearls of wisdom from George Rebane on his blog tonight: “Here’s a wet dream in case of a Biden win. He grows a pair of balls and follows neither Sanders nor AOC in their lurch to the left. But instead fashions some mid-road policies to garner widespread support, finishes his full term, and then tosses Harris under the bus and endorses another Democrat who will keep America from succumbing to a fundamental transformation.” This is the same person that the local schools turn to for administering a “Tech Test” to high school students. lol.

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