'We will not tolerate intimidation': Texas Sheriff smacks down election judge who argued with and pushed  voter
Ohio voters cast their votes at the polls for early voting in the 2012 U.S. presidential election in Medina, Ohio, United States on October 26, 2012. To match Insight USA-(VOTINGRIGHTS/OHIO REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk/Files)

Voter intimidation tactics have occurred during Tuesday's midterm election. In Harris Country, Texas an assistant election judge was cited for arguing with a voter at Veterans Memorial in northwest Houston.

According to Harris County Sheriff office, the assistant election judge pushed a female voter while they were arguing. A sheriff cited her with a Class C misdemeanor.

"Voters and poll workers should feel safe from harm while participating in our democratic process," Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez tweeted. "We will not tolerate any form of violence or intimidation at the polls."