ALG Offering $10K Rewards for Voter Fraud Tipsters

Announces ‘Wanted’ Poster Campaigns in Atlanta, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Philadelphia

Offering $10,000 Rewards for Information of Voter Fraud in 2020 Election

“We are confident that the good people of the key cities we have selected will be eager to help expose those who have perpetrated the greatest election fraud in the history of our country.”  Richard Manning, President Americans for Limited Government

Fairfax, Va – Americans for Limited Government (ALG), one of the nation’s leading conservative activist organizations, today announced that it is offering a $10,000 reward to any resident of Atlanta, Detroit, Milwaukee, or Philadelphia who provides “Information that leads to the arrest and conviction of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.”

The unique rewards program is being broadly publicized throughout each city by the widespread distribution of “wanted” posters displaying the program’s website — VoterFraudReward.com. The posters urge residents who have evidence of voter fraud to contact ALG at 202-847-6651. The poster distribution campaign is thought to be the first of its kind in history.

ALG launched its campaign after evidence emerged from each of the four cities targeted strongly indicating massive voter fraud on a scale never before experienced in a presidential election.

“ALG’s wanted poster campaign is admittedly a unique approach to ferreting out corruption necessitated by the Democrat Party’s entirely unique attempt to utterly destroy the very fabric of election integrity. And we are confident that the good people of the key cities we have selected will be eager to help expose those who have perpetrated the greatest election fraud in the history of our country,” said Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government.

In seven Milwaukee wards, early reports emerged of more presidential election votes than registered voters. In Detroit, the Trump administration has already filed a lawsuit over what appear to be systematic efforts to prevent Republican election observers from monitoring the ballot counting process. And in Pennsylvania, the Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit alleging “creation and implementation of illegal ‘two-tiered’ voting system for the election.

Interview Availability: Please contact Americans for Limited Government at 703-383-0880 or at media@limitgov.org.

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