Twitter has deleted thousands of accounts encouraging US voters to attend their homes Tuesday and not to vote in mid-term elections, according to media reports.
"The deletion of a set of accounts for engaging in the deliberate dissemination of misleading information in violation of our policies," Twitter said in a statement.
The CNN network reported that a Democratic Party electoral committee had informed Twitter of those accounts that were deleted in late September and early October.
Many of these accounts showed that they belonged to the Democratic Party.
The network of accounts appears to be run outside of the United States without giving details of its mechanism of operation.
Twitter has been searching for months to delete automated and visual accounts aimed at influencing online discussions in response to concerns about accusing Russia of interfering in the 2016 elections.