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United Nations election monitors are arriving in several states that could determine the outcome of this year’s presidential election. Liberal organizations are encouraging these U.N. monitors to go to Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin and several others states.

The United Nations will have people looking over the shoulders of poll workers and voters as they vote next week. The Texas Attorney General already has made clear that these “monitors” are not above the law and must comply with local election laws. U.N. “monitors” should not be allowed to intimidate voters; sign our petition today.

Petition to Stop UN Monitors and Voter Intimidation

To: All 50 State Attorneys General

The United Nations has no business monitoring elections in the United States. They are not welcome at our polling places, and they are not above our laws. If they don't respect our local election laws, they will face the legal consequences.

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