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Now follow up on a story we first brought you on Monday.
There is an international group partnering with the UN being called to monitor US elections to look for so called voter suppression.
The state attorneys general from Texas today sending that group a little warning about.
Coming into the lone star state Trace Gallagher an update -- Because the Texas attorney general -- -- not -- to sugarcoat things and today he kind of double down the -- re emphasize his warning as you said.
This left wing group sent this letter.
Two and then the group -- called the organization for security and cooperation with Europe Friday you said they got to work in tandem with the United Nations.
The letter said and I'm quoting here we believe it is particularly important that safeguards including election monitoring are in place in key areas around the country and believe your presence would be particularly critical in districts in Colorado.
North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania Florida Texas Virginia and Wisconsin those of the battleground -- you might now well.
This voluntary organization with no binding authority has agreed to come but still all.
They're being -- because the welcome back in Texas has been pulled in the Texas attorney general Greg Abbott says and I'm quoting here.
Groups and individuals from outside the United States are not allowed to influence or interfere.
With the election process in Texas failure to comply with these requirements could subject the OS CE's representatives.
To criminal prosecution.
For violating state law we just talked to OS CE they've issued a -- statement saying quoting here.
The threat of criminal sanctions against the OS CE observers.
Is on acceptable.
But the attorney general of Texas says stay 100.
Or you'll be breaking the law in Texas and of course -- and if you break the -- -- -- you go straight to the.
Yeah -- did get a case -- -- of the mining is he doesn't -- that list of states.
Texas is not a swing state.
The -- -- -- -- -- it's still on the list say they had a fear of voter suppression I guess for other reasons there.
And Texas is not gonna take this sitting down.
No they are all right will continue to follow it thank you -- A gimmick.
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