Military And Intelligence News Briefs — October 26, 2020

Image: Pennsylvania National Guard (Photo by Lt. Col. Angela King-Sweigart) 

Nov. 3 promises to be an Election Day unlike any other, and public safety entities say they’re preparing for tensions and the possibility of violence. 
Poll workers are usually the first line of defense in case of disputes between voters, though they may be backed up by private security guards. 
Some local election authorities say they’ll be adding guards, and Washington state’s King County says it will post guards to ballot drop boxes that in other years have been unattended. 
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 Military And Intelligence News Briefs — October 26, 2020 
Should The Military Protect The Election? — Joshua Rovner, War On The Rocks 

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