By Bria Brown

(CBS DETROIT) – Detroit’s NAACP chapter announced it would monitor polls on Election Day for voter intimidation.

The chapter says if any voters feel threatened by gun-carrying poll watchers they will call authorities.

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This comes after a judge ruled against the secretary of state’s gun ban on election day.

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