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RNC chair Ronna McDaniel, urges people not to intimidate voters or poll watchers

Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, said "nobody should be intimidating" voters following reports of voter intimidation across multiple states. On CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday morning, host Dana Bash asked McDaniel about reports of armed individuals monitoring a ballot drop box in Arizona and a Reuters report about officials tracking over a dozen cases of potential voter intimidation. "Well, nobody should be intimidating or breaking the law. Nobody should. But poll watching is not intimidating," McDaniel said. "This isn't happening from the RNC. We send out guidance to our poll watchers." She added: "But if you have been at a poll place, you see they're just simply observing. And it helps us at the end to give assurance to the voters to say, 'Listen, we were there. We watched it. It went well.'"

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