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FBI Launches Investigation Into Robocalls Telling People Not To Vote

The FBI has launched an investigation into stories of robocalls being made to voters that encourage them to remain residence and never vote on Election Day, a senior official on the Department of Homeland Security instructed Reuters on Tuesday.

Such calls have been reported in a number of states, together with New York, Michigan, Nebraska and Kansas, officers in these states have stated.

“Attempts to hinder voters from exercising their right to cast their ballots are disheartening, disturbing, and wrong,” New York Attorney General Letitia James stated in an announcement Tuesday that introduced an investigation by her workplace into the calls. She warned that “anyone who tries to hinder that right will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.”

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel stated a number of the calls acquired by residents within the metropolis of Flint fraudulently inspired them to postpone their vote to Wednesday attributable to lengthy strains on the polls. 

“Obviously this is FALSE and an effort to suppress the vote. No long lines and today is the last day to vote. Don’t believe the lies!” Nessel tweeted.

Residents in a number of states reported comparable robocalls previous to Tuesday’s election. James stated her workplace issued subpoenas earlier this week to analyze the supply of these calls.

In an announcement to HuffPost, an FBI spokesperson inspired voters “to verify any election and voting information they may receive through their local election officials.”

Voters in want of voting help can name the nonpartisan Election Protection hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE.

Voter intimidation or fraud may also be reported to every state’s predominant election workplace.

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