Voters Getting Misleading Calls to Make Their Vote Over the Phone

One Cape Coral, Florida woman says she got a phone call designed to rob her of her vote.

“She told me I didn’t have to go and vote on Election Day, I could vote then and there over the phone,” said Noelle Bishop.

Bishop says the woman calling said she was with the Republican National Committee.

After Bishop questioned her, the conversation stopped and all that was heard was a dial tone.

“I got annoyed,” she said.

Feeling this was a potential scheme in the making, Bishop used the *69 service to get the mystery caller’s number and to call it back to get answers.

She didn’t have any luck.

“Nothing, it doesn’t accept incoming calls,” Bishop explained.

Bishop passed along the information to Cape Coral Police and the Lee County Supervisor of Elections Sharon Harrington.

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