Talk:Voter intimidation

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Hello! I think that the text of this article should be reworded. I know what you mean by "Voter intimidation", but basically every politician who seeks to win votes does so by implying "negative consequences" for the country should his rival win. Be it just "I am the best candidate for solving this economic crysis, should X be elected our economy will flounder", or "If Y goes to power, our country will be less safe against terrorism", it is a very common strategy. It would be better to describe which particular instances are to be considered "electoral fraud", perhaps by adding citations from real-life examples. --MarcoT2 07:55, 19 July 2010 (EDT)

Good suggestions. I tweaked the definition a little; do you think it reads better now? DanielPulido 19:34, 19 July 2010 (EDT)