by Pam Fessler | NPR
As part of a new campaign, dozens of citizen groups around the country are searching voter registration lists, looking for problems.
They’re also training poll watchers to monitor this fall’s elections.
Leaders of the effort — spawned by the Tea Party movement — say they want to make sure that elections are free from voter fraud. But critics say it’s part of a campaign to suppress the votes of minorities, students and others who tend to vote Democratic.
Cathy Kelleher and Cathy Trauernicht say that’s not true. They’re founders of Election Integrity Maryland, one of the groups involved. They call themselves concerned citizens. Read full story at NPR