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Joni Ernst’s campaign has released a new website encouraging Iowans to keep watch for “any possible dirty tricks” from Theresa Greenfield’s campaign.

It was one week ago when Greenfield’s “allies” created a fake email in an effort to confuse voters regarding the Iowa Farm Bureau’s endorsement on behalf of Sen. Ernst, according to the campaign. Iowa Farm Bureau reiterated its support for Ernst after the anonymous Twitter account tried to twist the truth.

Three complaints have been filed to the Federal Elections Commission against Greenfield in the past month.

It is all reminiscent of 2018 when Greenfield saw her congressional campaign cut short due to felony election fraud.

“Theresa Greenfield’s last campaign ended in felony election fraud, her current campaign has three complaints pending before the FEC, and her liberal allies have attempted a disinformation campaign. Iowans need to keep a close eye on Greenfield for any additional deception as her campaign becomes increasingly desperate,” said Joni Ernst campaign manager Sam Pritchard.  “We encourage voters to visit www.joniernst.com/report-election-disinformation/ and alert the Secretary of State if they witness any additional dirty tricks from Greenfield or her liberal allies.”

Author: Jacob Hall