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GOP Told by Judge to Turn Over Any Trump Poll-Watching Deals

  • New Jersey judge limits disclosure due to time constraints
  • DNC accuses Republicans of suppressing minority-voter turnout
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Clinton, Trump Prep for Overtime in Battleground States

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The Republican National Committee, accused last week of scheming to suppress minority turnout on Election Day, was ordered to give Democratic leaders any evidence of deals with Donald Trump’s campaign for his supporters to stand watch at polling places.

That includes any written or verbal agreements relating to voter fraud, ballot security, poll watching and poll monitoring, U.S. District Judge John Michael Vazquez in Newark, New Jersey, said in a ruling on Monday. The Republican leadership has until Wednesday to comply with the order.