MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says there have been reports of disinformation robocalls concerning voting on Election Day.
Ellison says his office has heard of a “few” reports Tuesday.
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“Here are the FACTS,” he tweeted. “ALL VOTING ENDS at 8PM TONIGHT.”
Ellison says citizens can vote if they’re in line by 8 p.m.
“Voting is easy, secure and SAFE. Just wear a mask when you go!” Ellison said. “Don’t let anyone steal your voice or your vote.”
There are a few reports of disinformation robocalls. Here are the FACTS:
ALL VOTING ENDS at 8PM TONIGHT. You can vote if you’re in line by 8pm. Do NOT arrive later.
Voting is easy, secure and SAFE. Just wear a mask when you go!
Don’t let anyone steal your voice or your vote.
— Attorney General Keith Ellison (@AGEllison) November 3, 2020