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"Alabama Republicans offer $1,000 for information that leads to a felony voter-fraud conviction"

AL.com reports: The Alabama Republican Party isn't just hoping that the state's first use of photo identifications will cut down on fraud at the polls on Tuesday.

They are going one step further and offering $1,000 for information that leads to a conviction for felony voter fraud, according to their Chairman's Corner newsletter.

The use of photo IDs is the first test at the polls tomorrow.

But many Republicans still suspect fraud could occur.

In fact, the Alabama Republican Party has set up a phone number to report fraud. It's 844-AL-FRAUD (844-253-7283). -- Alabama Republicans offer $1,000 for information that leads to a felony voter-fraud conviction | AL.com

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