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Ben Rodriguez

I was part of the nonpartisan group trying to provide water and snacks to the voters on election night in Chaparral and the intimidation and uncooperative attitude the election judge demonstrated was similar to that of a dictator in a third world country. Never before have i witnessed voter intimidation at its worst like i saw in Chaparral. The worst part is that the Otero County clerk did not feel there was anything wrong going on. Typical head in the sand attitude. Hats off to Nate Cote for bringing attention to this madness.

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Milan Simonich writes about New Mexico politics and government from the Santa Fe Bureau for the Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Partnership.

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