Coalition for Free & Fair Elections trains judges
“For far too long, there has been a shortage of election judges and observers in many of the polling places throughout Chicagoland,” Kaspar said.
“I organized this workshop to draw awareness to this problem and to encourage law enforcement officers to become part of the solution. Police officers are trained to enforce the law and to de-escalate situations, two very valuable skills that translate well to the role of an election judge.”
NYC Commissioner Kerik said of his support for the event, “Law enforcement officers are among the best equipped to participate in the electoral process. They give 110%. They pay attention. And they don’t back down from confrontation. Law enforcement officers are among the solutions to this and so many problems in Illinois.”
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