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State Department offers up to $10M reward for info on foreign election interference

1 month ago   |   By Politico

The State Department is offering up to $10 million to those who provide information on foreign interference in U.S. elections, officials announced on Thursday.
The Rewards for Justice program aims to gather information that leads to the identification or location of any foreign person or entity “who knowingly engaged or is engaging in foreign election interference,” department officials wrote in a statement. Information that hinders foreign election interference will also be accepted.
“This conduct includes covert, fraudulent, deceptive, or unlawful acts... undertaken with the specific...
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