Wallace Campaign Uses ‘Orwellian’ Door Hangers Noting Whether Constituents Vote is Public Record

Washington Free Beacon | 11/5/2018 | Joe Schoffstall
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BY: Joe Schoffstall

Democratic candidate Scott Wallace, who is running against incumbent Republican representative Brian Fitzpatrick in Pennsylvania's toss-up 1st Congressional District, is distributing door hangers in the area that oddly inform voters that "who you vote for is private, but whether or not you vote is public record" and adding that the campaign "can't wait to see that you voted on November 6!"

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The door hangers used by the Wallace campaign were posted to Twitter by Albert Eisenberg, a digital and communications professional in the Philadelphia region. Eisenberg is working with the American Unity PAC, a pro-LGBT conservative committee.

"Also this Scott Wallace door hanger is Orwellian and creepy," Eisenberg wrote on Twitter.

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The Free Beacon reached out to Eisenberg who then provided more pictures of the door hangers. The photos sent by Eisenberg confirm that the literature was paid for by Scott Wallace for Congress, Wallace's campaign committee, as shown on the backside and bottom of the hangers.

"It's creepy," Eisenberg told the Free Beacon. "There's enough pressure on normal people to participate in politics already, whether they're watching football or going shopping. Let people vote and go earn their vote, but don't insinuate that they'll face repercussions if they choose not to vote."

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Wallace's campaign did not respond to a request...
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