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November 1, 2010
Chapman Offers $5,000 Reward for Voter Fraud Information

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Secretary of State Beth Chapman has announced she is offering to pay the sum of $5,000 for information reported to her office that leads to a felony conviction of voter fraud in the state of Alabama.

In the last election, Chapman formed a unit within her office to help citizens who wish to report voter fraud. The website, www.stopvoterfraudnow.com, allows voters to submit voter fraud complaints over the internet and several other methods, including a toll-free hotline.

"Since establishing the voter fraud unit in my office two years ago, more concerned citizens have stepped up and reported voter fraud than ever before," said Chapman. "Alabamians are fed up with voter fraud and have decided that enough is enough. They want to protect democracy from those who are destroying it. I hope that peoplewith information will come forward so that justice can be served."

To report voter fraud, visit www.stopvoterfraudnow.com or call 1-800-274-VOTE.

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For more information, visit Secretary of State Jim Bennett’s Web Site:  http://www.sos.alabama.gov/