The Justice Department told prosecutors on Wednesday that armed federal agents can be sent to ballot counting locations to investigate voter fraud, the New York Times reported.
Federal law prohibits armed federal agents from being stationed at vote counting centers unless force is determined “necessary.”
The Justice Department believes the law allows armed federal agents to post up at vote counting places after Election Day, The Times reported.
According to The New York Times, in an email, senior DOJ official Richard P. Donoghue said the law “does not prevent armed federal law enforcement persons from responding to, investigate, or prevent federal crimes at closed polling places or at other locations where votes are being counted.”
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