Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick made national news last November when he announced that he would pay a Crimestoppers-type reward, up to a million dollars, for reports of voter fraud in the just-concluded election.

While the hotline didn’t yield the flood of calls he’d hoped, and so far hasn’t found a case of voter fraud, it did catch the attention of his Pennsylvania colleague, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman.

Bernice Torregrossa:

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Bailey Jones

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