Some more on the voter "fraud" / voter intimidation front:
- Alabama’s Republican Secretary of State has offered  a $5000 bounty for "information reported to her office that leads to a felony conviction of voter fraud."
- A federal district judge has ruled  that conservatives in Minnesota rallying against voter fraud cannot wear their "Please I.D. Me" buttons or their Tea Party tee-shirts in or around the polling locations, since the areas where people vote are supposed to be free of political messages.
- Media Matters has put together a video  compiling right-wing media covering questionable GOP allegations of voter fraud. Despite the little evidence that exists to support these claims, Fox News has declared that the network will continue cover voter fraud allegations "in every show."
- Media Matters also takes a look  at the voter intimidation stories that Fox News either ignores or totally distorts while playing up phony voter fraud stories.
- Noting that “voter intimidation is a form of voter fraud,” Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is investigating  the McDonald’s franchise owner who sent his employees a letter with their paychecks  saying they should vote for Republican candidates if they wanted raises.