In many states, Republican claims of widespread "voter fraud" have led to photo ID laws and other restrictions that Democrats call "voter suppression." Donald Trump, who's gained political traction with the claim that next week's election is "rigged" against him, takes it a step further by calling on his supporters to try to prevent it. "Go down to certain areas and watch and study and make sure other people don't come in and vote five times. Democrats call that code for "intimidation" — especially in black and Latino neighborhoods important to the Clinton campaign. They've already filed suit against "Ballot Security Task Forces" organized by Trump supporters in several states. We hear what could be in store at polling places during early voting — and on Election Day.
Ballot box battles as the race comes down to the wire
Christina Wilkie - Huffington Post - @christinawilkie, Rick Hasen - professor of Law at UC Irvine, author of “Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American Democracy” - @rickhasen, Jay DeLancy - Voter Integrity Project - @VoteChecker, Allison Riggs - Southern Coalition for Social Justice - @scsj, Daniel Cox - director of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research Survey Center on American Life