It’s an old trick: Send out an offensive mailer or make a call claiming to be from the campaign you hope will look bad, even if it’s more a subtle form of intimidation than about misleading a voter. In Florida in 2018, residents got a robocall claiming to be from Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum that was actually from an Idaho white supremacist group. It also released a robocall in Georgia when Oprah Winfrey turned out to support Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, filled with racism and anti-Semitism.
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