The United Nations released a complete list of their US election observation stations.
The UN will deploy 44 observers from its human rights office to these stations on election day.
Via Pat Dollard:
United Nations Election Observer Deployment 2012
The Hill reported:
United Nations-affiliated election monitors from Europe and central Asia will be at polling places around the U.S. looking for voter suppression activities by conservative groups, a concern raised by civil rights groups during a meeting this week. The intervention has drawn criticism from a prominent conservative-leaning group combating election fraud.
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The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), a United Nations partner on democratization and human rights projects, will deploy 44 observers from its human rights office around the country on Election Day to monitor an array of activities, including potential disputes at polling places. It’s part of a broader observation mission that will send out an additional 80 to 90 members of parliament from nearly 30 countries.
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Texas has already told the UN that their observers would not be allowed in the state.