Republicans Raise Money Using Websites Named After Democrats

A nonpartisan group says that a new Republican tactic is illegal.
2:04 | 05/16/14

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A new online wars being waits for your vote but -- where not every web -- is as it seems. A Google search for democratic congressional candidate Dominique recchi a particular of this site Dominick slash recchi -- dot com. At first glance this looks like it might be his official campaign site. But it's not it's actually an anti recchi a site created by the National Republican Congressional Committee. The site and others like it or part of a new effort by Republicans to get out their message for the mid term election. Through web sites which -- democratic candidates names in the URL some voters say it's confusing. I donated 250 dollars when it went a -- wrong side. -- Bellamy a Florida doctor says he went to one of the sites and thought he was donating to democratic congressional candidate Alex Sink instead. His money went to the National Republican Congressional Committee. The NR CC later refunded Bellamy -- but he -- I had felt like the whole thing was kind of looks fraudulent effort -- -- political dirty trick. The NR CC currently has up about fifteen mock sites using the names of democratic candidates the sites are raising money and spreading negative research. The target here is a casual voters someone who may or may not vote may or may not know anything about the candidates bill Hughes running for congress from New Jersey is being targeted. These ads are deceptive. Up their juvenile. The NR CC declined repeated requests for an interview but provided ABC news with the statement. These sites continue to get the truth out about democratic candidates the vast majority of whom refuse to disclose on their own web -- that they support Obama care. Voters deserve to know the truth about these Democrats. A nonpartisan group has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission. If it said people against close or vote against -- -- dot com then that would be okay but when you can say is closely for congress stock -- that's a week. Whether it's legal or not voters using the Internet need to pay close attention to -- Bradley ABC news Washington.

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