“He’s saying we better be prepared, that he won’t allow voter suppression,” Rivera responded yesterday. “We don’t support voter suppression either. But he better be prepared to be confronted if he tries to intimidate any voter or any poll worker in any precinct.”
Rivera said he would announce a plan tomorrow for observing the election.
Brian McNiff, a spokesman for Secretary of State William Galvin, declined to comment on Lantigua’s press release.