RNC, Trump campaign to send 100,000 volunteers and attorneys to monitor elections

by | Apr 19, 2024

President Trump's presidential campaign and the RNC unveiled a significant election integrity initiative on Friday, pledging to dispatch 100,000 volunteers and attorneys to battleground states in a bid to safeguard the vote and secure a substantial victory in November.

The press release emphasizes their intention to collaborate with passionate grassroots coalitions deeply committed to combating voter fraud.

In a press statement, officials outlined their objective of having volunteers and lawyers oversee various aspects of the electoral process, including logic and accuracy testing, early voting, ballot tabulation, mail ballot processing, Election Day voting, as well as post-election canvassing, audits, and recounts. The release also hints at the possibility of recruiting poll workers.

The attorneys will be stationed at processing centers and polling sites in battleground states, collaborating closely with secretaries of state offices and county boards of elections.

Source: NBC News

Read the press release here.

 

 

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