Portland Man Arrested In Ballot Selling Scheme


A man in Portland, Oregon was arrested for attempting to sell his ballot via an app for $200.

According to local reports:

“A Portland man is facing felony charges for allegedly trying to sell his ballot.

Court documents state that Josiah Bridges tried to sell his ballot for $200 last month through the Offerup app.

The 22-year-old Bridges got an offer from an undercover law enforcement officer for $115. Court records show he signed the ballot upon the agent’s request, however, authorities say he was not forced to sign it before taking the money.”

Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is freelance reporter.

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