VIDEOS AND TV CLIPS FROM REPUBLICANS FOR CLINTON IN 2016
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PBS Newshour segment on Trump Traders.
The Street: "Vote swapping is back for the 2016 election with Trump Traders."
Washington Post on vote trading in 2016: "the politically savvy are resurrecting the concept with hopes of a more successful outcome — this time, to stop Donald Trump."
Coverage by Quartz: "TrumpTraders.org helps citizens swap votes in order to keep Trump out of the White House.
PC Mag mentions the Trump Traders effort.
The Florida Record contacted attorney general offices in Florida, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Pennsylvania to obtain a comment about vote trading.
Reuter's TV reports: "voters who support third-party candidates in crucial battleground states are swapping their votes across state lines in a bid to keep Donald Trump out of the White House. "
Fast Company: "The Trump Traders app will let you swap your vote with someone in another state."
Vox: "A rebellion against America’s “‘broken” two-party system"
Paste Magazine on the "fourth option for those on the #NeverTrump train."
Vocativ: "Want to make your vote count a little more, or clear your conscience in voting for Hillary? There's an app for that."
Washington Post quotes R4C16 co-founder John Stubbs.
Local coverage in Ohio on vote trading.
Independent Journal Review covers R4C16's vote trading website.
10TV in Columbus, Ohio on vote swapping.
"There's a sneaky new way to help stop Trump." - Revelist
WTMJ Milwaukee covers the legality of vote trading.
Ohio Public Radio interviews R4C16 on Trump Traders.
Virginia Today covered the impact of vote trading and social media on the 2016 election.
Coverage by USA Today on 3rd party supporters trading their vote.
ABC-5 interviewed John Stubbs on the vote trading effort in Ohio.
McClatchy DC covers Trump Traders and it's legality.
Christian Science Monitor on vote trading's impact on the electoral college.
Mashable story on how vote trading is protected by First Amendment.
Washington Post story on the business letter, quotes key signatories.
WRAL covers R4C16's North Carolina effort to encourage vote splitting.
The Associated Press publishes open letter by business leaders that R4C16 helped organize.
USA Today covers the business letter and its signatories.