"Voter Integrity" Groups Question Residents At Home In Possible Voter Intimidation  

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Woman looks at bins containing election supplies
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Suspect In Attack On Paul Pelosi Was On 'Suicide Mission'

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Election Officials Report Intimidation and Misinformation

"Voter integrity" groups claim they're looking to root out fraud. But the targeted door-knocking in Shasta County amounts to voter intimidation and could be illegal under California election laws, according to election officials. It's also part of a broader national trend motivated by election conspiracy theorists.
Reporter: Erik Neumann, Jefferson Public Radio

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