So it seems some residents of Fairfax County, Virginia, have been receiving some interesting mail as of late:
We are alerting voters about this inaccurate, potentially misleading mailing from the Center for Voter Information. Fairfax County did NOT send it. Learn more, including the most secure way to apply to #votebymail: https://t.co/NsA2oN35B2 pic.twitter.com/XPZSBT7zWj
— Fairfax County Votes (@fairfaxvotes) August 6, 2020
Think this could be a problem?
Here we go…
— Marty Davis (@MartyDavis) August 6, 2020
Apparently it’s not just happening in Fairfax County:
I got this same dodgy mailer in Alexandria. https://t.co/odTyVGygob
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) August 6, 2020
it asks for social security #'s…
— Remy ??? (@GoRemy) August 6, 2020
Had one in the mail yesterday. Tore it up since no one in the house asked for it and all are already registered to vote.
— jennay (@jennay58210) August 6, 2020
So it looks like this is a national scam. My family have received 2 sets of these in Mn.#tcnt
— ?? JMatt ?? (Reclaiming my Time) (@jmatteso1303) August 6, 2020
This came in the mail you say? https://t.co/4eSuCeROHJ
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) August 6, 2020
What could go wrong?
— remain calm (@BeanDipChamp) August 6, 2020
But I thought there was no voter fraud
— Kassie? (@KassandraKitson) August 6, 2020
Didn’t see this coming.Nope.Not at all. ?
— Lulu Lapin really (@Lulu_Lapin) August 6, 2020
My confidence in the integrity of mail-in voting is slipping from it's already low starting point.
— Jay Dubb (@JayDubbTX) August 6, 2020