Election Day 2012: Voter Intimidation Gets Early StartPublished by Naessa Aziz on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 1:05 pm.
After months of campaigning, the big day is here and Americans are lining up at polling places across the country to exercise their right to vote. Sadly, however, reports of voter intimidation are already growing in number as Election Day gets underway.
— A malfunctioning Pennsylvania voting machine is reportedly changing votes from Obama to Romney.
— In Easton, Pennsylvania, a formal complaint has already been filed about signs offering a $1000 reward for information leading to a voter fraud conviction.
— Twitter users in Detroit reported a GOP observer was chased from a polling place by a man carrying a gun.
— Florida officials flubbed an automatic call to voters that informed them that they have until 7p.m. tomorrow to cast their ballots.
— Members of the New Black Panther party returned to polling places around Philadelphia after facing voter intimidation charges back in 2008.