Left-wing groups claiming to advocate for voting rights have repeatedly attempted to limit the ability of election observers to make sure that the upcoming midterm elections are being conducted fairly.

In 2020, they used the Covid-19 pandemic as a pretext to prevent election observers from watching votes being counted in cities such as Philadelphia and Detroit.

Now, they are saying that election observers are engaged in ‘voter intimidation.

Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland recently promised that he would ‘look in to’ a group of election observers who have been watching ballot drop boxes in Arizona who go by the name of ‘Clean Elections USA’.

Now, an Arizona judge has ruled in favor of the group after multiple progressive organizations filed a suit against Clean Elections USA in a bid to prevent them from monitoring ballot drop boxes.

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In Arizona, US District Court Judge Michael Liburdi declined an emergency injunction request from two progressive groups that sought to prevent ballot drop box monitoring for the midterm elections.

According to AZCentral, Judge Liburdi said it was unconstitutional to prevent monitors from overseeing the delivery of ballots via drop boxes in Arizona.

The injunction request was filed jointly by the progressive groups Arizona Alliance for Retired Americans and Voto Latino against Clean Elections USA, a conservative group that organized to observe ballot drop boxes in Phoenix.

The progressive groups claimed that the founder of Clean Elections USA, Melody Jennings, was responsible for a “campaign of vigilante voter intimidation.”

Jennings’ lawyer, Veronica Lucero, said an injunction would be too broad and therefore was a violation of her client’s rights.

Judge Liburdi said he could not “craft a meaningful form of injunctive relief that does not violate Defendants’ First Amendment rights and those of the drop box observers.”

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