MoveOn.org is offering a $250,000 reward for evidence leading to vote fraud conviction. If you see MoveOn.org people doing what they allegedly did in 2004, please photograph and videotape them, and report them to law enforcement. :-)
(Not legal advice but I think a reward offer like this is in fact an enforcable contract, which means you could conceivably claim this reward for catching MoveOn's own people engaging in the indicated behavior.)
Per the American Center for Voting Rights, http://www.ac4vr.com/reports/072005/democraticincidents.html Election Day , individuals in Franklin County, Ohio, were threatened and harassed at their polling places by agents of MoveOn.org after being asked about their voting preference and revealing their intention to vote Republican.Similar situations are alleged to have occurred elsewhere around the state and prompted a lawsuit filed in the Franklin County Common Pleas Court. Voters were intimidated by MoveOn.org in an attempt to dissuade them from voting for George Bush..."
http://www.ac4vr.com/reports/032405/OhioElectionReport.pdf adds,"5.2 Incidents Of Voter Harassment Across Ohio, instances of illegal electioneering within 100 feet of the polling location were reported. The organizations most responsible for sponsoring this activity were MoveOn.org, America Coming Together, Voter Protection Project, and the Election Protection Squad and similar so called “non-partisan” groups. A few examples of those incidents, among thousands collected, follow: In dozens of precincts in Hamilton County, individuals working for MoveOn.org were observed throughout the day within the polling places distributing Kerry campaign literature, and encouraging the illegal use of regular ballots, and “flushing” the voter lists. In one instance MoveOn.Org had a table inside the 100’ limit with up to 16 people conducting political activity for Kerry/Edwards campaign throughout the day."