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VR Offers $100,000 Reward For Election Fraud Info.

Velvet Revolution Offers $100,000 Reward For Information About Michael Connell’s Election Manipulations

Today (October 2), VR offered a $100,000 reward for information from whistleblowers who have knowledge of election related criminal activity by Michael Connell, Randy Cole, Karl Rove and others. The full ad will be published this week in the Akron newspapers and you can see it here. The information must result in a conviction.


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Velvet Revolution is an issue-based advocacy group working on Election and Media Reform, serving as an umbrella organization to nearly 100 Voting Rights, Election Reform and Media Reform organizations. VR has recently launched our "Divestiture for Democracy" campaign calling on America's Voting Machine companies to provide transparency and accountability in their publicly funded role of running America's elections.

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