Arizona election officer denounces threats against family, staff
Los Angeles (AFP) - Arizona's top election officer on Wednesday denounced violent threats against her family and staff over vote results which flipped the western US state Democratic for the first time in decades.Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, whose Phoenix home has been visited by protesters, said threats and "continued intimidation tactics will not prevent me from performing the duties I swore an oath to do." As secretary of state, Hobbs is the person who has to certify by November 30 the results of the November 3 election.Other officials across the country, including in Georgia, Nevada, Mi...
Florida Democrats told vote for Trump 'or we will come after you'
Miami (AFP) - Authorities in Florida were looking into emails sent to registered Democrats demanding that they vote for President Donald Trump in the November 3 election "or we will come after you."The messages, allegedly from the far-right Proud Boys group, all have the same text but are addressed to voters by name."We are in possession of all your information. You are currently registered as a Democrat and we know this because we have gained access into the entire voting infrastructure," reads the email. "You will vote for Trump on Election Day or we will come after you. Change your party af...