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$50,000 REWARD FOR HARD INFORMATION ABOUT ELECTION FRAUD IN 2015 KENTUCKY GOVERNOR’S RACE

Nov 30, 2015

$50,000 reward for hard information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone who used corrupt, fraudulent or illegal means to rig, manipulate, or alter the 2015 Kentucky gubernatorial results in the race between Republican Matt Bevin and Democrat Jack Conway.

 

The results of this election have been called into question by election experts, statisticians and others who have noted that Conway was ahead by an average of four points going into the election, yet lost by nine points.  According to experts, the results were statistically improbable, with Democrats lower on the ballot winning races for attorney general and secretary of state, receiving thousands of more votes than Conway. Moreover, there were unexplained surges for Bevin in large Democratic counties, even though Conway was leading during early reporting.

 

Kentucky has no paper ballots to audit the vote count.  Instead, it uses unverifiable electronic voting machines that can be easily hacked to alter the results.  Kentucky has a sordid record of past vote rigging. This reward is an incentive for people who have verifiable information of any vote rigging in this race.

 

We are seeking hard information that has not previously been reported regarding criminal matters that occurred behind the scenes, such as electronic manipulation of tabulation results whether from outside sources or from software that altered the votes. Please forward all tips to us at tips@protectourelections.org.  All tips are confidential, and we will work with law enforcement officials to ensure that anyone who engaged in election fraud is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

 

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