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Investigating Mississippi Election Fraud

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We're writing today to ask for your immediate help with the investigation of potential illegal votes in the Mississippi Senate race.

There is evidence that thousands of Democrats voted in the June 24th Republican runoff election who had previously voted in the June 3rd Democratic primary, which violates state election law.

Conservative Chris McDaniel (R-MS) and his legal team are working to see if there are enough of these illegal "double votes" to challenge the election result, and they need your help to protect the integrity of the election process.

Please make a contribution to the McDaniel Legal Fund today.

Funds will be used to pay the expenses of the lawyers overseeing poll book inspections, the preparation of the evidence to ascertain if an appeal is warranted, and the legal expenses if a court challenge is made.

The legal fund is a separate account so individuals may donate up to $2,600 even if they previously contributed to McDaniel's campaign.

McDaniel and his team must send people to each of Mississippi's 82 counties on Monday and Tuesday to review the poll books so they need your help right now to make sure this is done right.

Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS) and the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) engaged in a disgraceful race-baiting campaign to get Democrats to hijack the Republican primary.

If these tactics caused enough illegal votes to change the outcome of the election, they must be exposed and aggressively challenged.

Please make a donation to the McDaniel Legal Fund today.

We know that more Republicans voted for Chris McDaniel than Thad Cochran in the primary and the runoff, and we can't allow the GOP establishment to illegally use Democrats to steal the election.

Thank you for standing strong for freedom. We'll keep fighting.


Ken Cuccinelli II
President, Senate Conservatives Fund
Category: Senate Races   Tags: MS14  
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