vote hauling
 n.— «“Vote hauling,” as it is known and widely practiced, has long been acknowledged as a way to influence elections. But paying vote haulers is not illegal in Kentucky.… The indictment alleges Turner and his coconspirators funneled money from Harris through straw contributors and illegally paid people to vote and hid it by claiming to pay them for driving voters to the polls during the 2000 Democratic primary.» —“State senator indicted for fraud” by Mark R. Chellgren in Lexington The Gleaner (Henderson, Ky.) May 6, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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