Voting Scams

Scammers have been trying to get voters to cast their votes in the primary election by email, phone or text.Voting by email, call or text is not legal in Kentucky, so if you receive an email, call or text asking you to vote, you know it was sent by a scammer.Another way to tell if it is a scam is if they ask to provide your personal or financial information in order to cast a vote.The office of Attorney General Daniel Cameron has an Election Fraud Hotline they ask you to call if you witness this. Call 1-800-328-vote.

Source: MG News

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