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$250,000 Reward For Evidence of Election Fraud

Reward Announced Today

US Newswire carried the news today that MoveOn.org Political Action is offering a $250,000 reward for evidence that leads to a voter fraud conviction.


Press Release Regarding Reward for Evidence Leading to Voter Fraud Conviction

Washington, Nov. 7 -- MoveOn.org Political Action is offering a $250,000 reward for new material evidence leading to a felony conviction for an organized effort of partisan voter suppression or electronic voting fraud.

Throughout the day accusations of election fraud and voter suppression incidents have been flooding into state and federal authorities throughout the country. In Virginia, the FBI has launched a criminal investigation into charges of voter suppression. In 20 Congressional districts, NRCC robocalls appearing to come from Democrats harassed voters with repeated calls in an apparently coordinated campaign to suppress the vote.

Complementing an earlier reward for whistleblowers, MoveOn's reward is being offered to anyone who provides this information.

Click here for the full text of the news release.

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Will Easton
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