So reads the content of a JS story.
“The Wisconsin Right to Life and Family Action coalition is offering rewards for volunteers who make an impact over the weekend by educating and encouraging family and friends to voted by absentee ballot.
“Here are the rewards:
$25 gift card or gas card reward for any volunteer who can get at least 15 pro-life/pro-family voters (and family and friends) to complete an absentee ballot application dated by Tuesday, July 5.
$75 gift card or gas card reward for the volunteer in each Senate district who gets the most absentee ballot applications completed and dated by Tuesday, July 5.”
Careful reading from Wiggy follows:
The rewards aren’t for those voting, but for those that are getting out the vote. Last I checked, there is nothing illegal about rewarding volunteers who get other people to vote. It’s only illegal to actually bribe people to vote, like what Wisconsin Jobs Now/Citizen Action/Pasch Campaign is alleged to have done.
Gee. Maybe having....oh, I dunno..."morals" and "ethics" and all that stuff is what distinguishes WRTL from 'Slimy' Pasch.