Oregon Officials Probing Deceptive Robocalls to Voters

Posted by Dale Eisman on November 4, 2016


Seems like this happens in every election, and it's disgusting. Something is wrong with folks who are so desperate to win that they arrange and pay for robocalls that lie to people about their right to vote. This just went up on the Oregon Secretary of State's website.

SALEM – The Oregon Secretary of State has requested the Oregon Department of Justice and U.S. Attorney’s Office to investigate incidents in which Oregon voters are receiving automated calls erroneously telling them that they’re not registered to vote and that their ballot will not be counted.

Check it out here

Office: Common Cause National, Common Cause Oregon

Issues: Voting and Elections

Tags: Protect The Vote

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