The Republican National Committee has abruptly cut ties to a consulting firm hired for get-out-the-vote efforts in seven presidential election swing states after Florida prosecutors launched an investigation into possible fraud in voter registration forms.
Working through state parties, the RNC has sent more than $3.1 million this year to Strategic Allied Consulting, a company formed in June by Nathan Sproul, an Arizona voting consultant. Sproul has operated other firms that have been accused in past elections of improprieties designed to help Republican candidates, including dumping registration forms filled out by Democrats, but none of those allegations led to any criminal charges.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Finally Voter Fraud Is Found
You know all that mysterious voter fraud that the Republicans are using to pass voter ID laws across the country that makes it more difficult for the undesirables (you know the poor and minorities) to vote? For the longest time it was quite difficult to find many significant examples of the phenomenon that had Republicans so afraid. Until now...