- The US Democratic Party in four states to court stepped because of a call from Donald Trump to his followers to keep the affairs sharp eye at polling stations during the presidential elections. According to the complainants, this amounts to intimidation of voters who belong to minority groups.
Democrats went to court in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona and Ohio, four states where there is tension. They rely on the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and a law from 1871 which is directed against the Ku Klux Klan.
Trump has to keep his supporters called polling stations monitored. The Republican candidate claims that the elections are manipulated to help against target star Hillary Clinton to victory. They would have to Trump especially careful in cities with a high proportion of minorities in the population.