(CBS DETROIT) – Multiple gun advocate groups filed a lawsuit against Michigan’s ban on open carry guns on Election Day.

The groups claim the ban conflicts with the state’s open carry laws.

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They also say it is unfair for the Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson to allege voter intimidation.

A preliminary injunction could stop the ban from being enforced on Election Day.

Benson’s office says the ban is to ensure voters and election workers are not harassed.

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