www.truthmarket.com/" title="TruthMarket">TruthMarket, a division of Truth Seal Corp., today announced that a private citizen, Geoff Tranchina, is using the platform to dispute claims that new voter ID laws address a significant problem of voter fraud. If Tranchina is able to crowd-fund $10,000 from other citizens opposing these laws, he will be able to launch a campaign to challenge the claims of Republican legislators promulgating these laws. The first person who can deliver verifiable proof that more than 0.1% votes were fraudulent in any statewide or federal election since 2000 would win a $10,000 bounty.
Stating that voter fraud is, in fact, insignificant, Tranchina’s campaign will maintain that actions to ram through voter fraud laws requiring government-issued photo IDs are a thinly disguised Republican power grab. Even the Bush administration refuted those claims as fraudulent. Tranchina states that, “Since many poor and elderly citizens cannot easily get to government offices or bear the costs in time and money to secure government IDs, these laws predictably disenfranchise mostly poor and elderly voters.