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4 ‘Count the Vote' Protesters Arrested for Trespassing at Gov. Baker's Home

The protesters were calling for all votes to be counted in this year's elections, with the presidential race still up for grabs.

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Four protesters rallying at Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s home in Swampscott for all votes to be counted in this week's elections were arrested for trespassing Thursday morning.

Massachusetts State Police said the protesters -- three men and one woman -- were charged with charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing and said they refused to obey requests to stay off the property and not block the driveway.

A member of Never Again Action said the group was protesting at Baker's home to tell him to “support count all the votes” and to call for immigrant rights.

Images from the scene show a heavy police presence as well as over two dozen protesters.

Protester rallying for all votes to be counted are seen heading away from Gov. Charlie Baker's home in Swampscott, Massachusetts.

Massachusetts State Police identified those arrested as Scott Sternberg, 61, of Salem; Lily Gomberg, 22, of Auburndale; Joel Greenberg, 30, of Cambridge; and Sean Donaghy, 28, of Somerville.

The protest comes as activists across the country call for all votes from Tuesday's to be counted, after President Trump on Election Night claimed he had won the election.

The arrests come after a separate incident last month in which a man was arrested for allegedly trespassing on Baker's property.

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