Nevada Secretary of State, Barbara Cegavske’s Office Released a Report, in April 2021, that stated law Enforcement was Investigating an Allegation, that Members of the Nevada Native Vote Project, Violated Federal and State Laws that Prohibit Bribes or Expenditures to Influence Voting.
But in a 34-page Ruling, in December 2020, District Court Judge, James Todd Russell, found “no credible or reliable evidence” that the 2020 Election was affected by Fraud.
The Plaintiffs didn’t Prove that the Nevada Native Vote Project “gave or offered to give any person anything of value for the purpose of manipulating or altering the outcome of the election,” or Prove that the Project Acted on behalf of the Biden Campaign, Russell wrote.
The Nevada Supreme Court Affirmed Russell’s Ruling.
Richard Hasen, an Election Law Professor at University of California Irvine, said Giveaways to Anyone who Votes, in a Federal Election, are Illegal, even if it is just Payment to get People to Turn Out to Vote, but he didn’t know anything Specific about the Giveaways at Issue in Nevada.
“Yet these giveaways are quite common,” Hasen said. In 2008, Hasen wrote that a Free Giveaway by Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream to Anyone who showed they Voted could Violate Federal Law. Ben & Jerry’s then offered Free Ice Cream to Everyone on Election Day.
Hasen said Giveaways are Legal if they are Not tied to Proof-of-Voting.
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