Michigan City Voters Claim Intimidation & Harassment

Posted on: April 15th, 2019 by [email protected] No Comments

After the first week of early voting, the Michigan City Mayor’s Office and the Michigan City Police Department have received numerous complaints from residents of voter intimidation and voter harassment at the Michigan City Courthouse.In addition, on April 10, 2019, an individual entered the Michigan City Courthouse, walked past uniformed Sheriff’s Deputies at what is supposed to be a secured entrance, and sat down in the direct vicinity of where voting was taking place and actively campaigned.
If you have witnessed or have been subjected to voter intimidation while early voting at the Michigan City Courthouse, you are encouraged to contact Kathleen Chroback, who is the LaPorte Circuit Court Clerk and member of the LaPorte County Election Board, at:(219) 326-6808 (ext. 2385) and also the LaPorte County Commissioners at:(219) 326-6808 (ext. 2229) or via their emails at:Sheila Brillson: [email protected]Vidya Kora: [email protected]Richard Mrozinski: [email protected]

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