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White Nationalists Plan To Keep Anti-Trump Voters From The Polls

Groups ranging from the KKK to neo-Nazis say they'll be monitoring polls during the election. Some blame Donald Trump for energizing those people.

By Jake Godin | November 2, 2016

The KKK, neo-Nazis and militias want to keep anti-Trump voters from the polls.

White nationalist groups say they want to suppress minority votes and "monitor" polls on Election Day. 

Robocalls from white nationalists supporting Donald Trump have been an issue throughout his presidential campaign.

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