(Left) LaCarrie McCloud announces the names of five winners of a $50 raffle “that the Nevada Native Vote Project did today for all those voters who walked in and voted today.” (Right) Bethany Sam, the public relations officer for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, holding up four $100 Visa gift cards as part of a “virtual raffle” for people who prove they voted. (Screenshot/The Epoch Times) Nevada
Meanwhile across the pond.
December 1, 2020
The Nevada Native Vote Project posted photos on Facebook on Election Day of smiling voters holding $25 gift cards after handing over their ballots.
The posts have since been deleted but not before they were archived. The removal may have had something to do with the U.S. criminal code, two distinctsections of which impose fines and prison sentences for “whoever makes or offers to make an expenditure to any person…
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