An extensive email threat was sent to Democratic voters in Florida, Alaska, and Arizona, that said "Vote for Trump or else!"
Massive sports venues across the country have helped make safe, socially distant early voting a reality during the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials said uniformed officer Daniel Ubeda’s gesture was intimidating to voters and demanded his immediate suspension.
Although the presidential seat is the main interest for many voters, other positions affecting the day-to-day government also deserve consideration.
Men and women have their own priorities when voting.
"The Republicans have tried every tactic in the book to suppress votes. They are just changing the rules, which is going to confuse people," a lawyer at LULAC said.
The politically-charged messages often contain far-right conspiracy theories relating to “QAnon” or similar fringe groups, the lawmakers say.