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GOP recruits poll watchers to fight voter fraud, worrying advocates of intimidation

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The Republican National Committee and President Trump’s re-election campaign are recruiting nearly 50,000 volunteers to act as poll watchers in the November 2020 election. NBC News’ Jane Timm explains what poll watchers are and why voting rights advocates worry about intimidation.