Friday, November 02, 2012

Republican operatives tied to voter fraud and suppression

The investigation into the arrest of a man on charges of dumping voter registration forms last month in Harrisonburg, Va., has widened, with state officials probing whether a company tied to top Republican leaders had engaged in voter registration fraud in the key battleground state, according to two persons close to the case.

A former employee of Strategic Allied Consulting, a contractor for the Republican Party of Virginia, had been scheduled to appear last Tuesday before a grand jury after he was charged with tossing completed registration forms into a recycling bin. But state prosecutors canceled Colin Small’s grand jury testimony to gather more information, with their focus expanding to the firm that had employed Small, which is led by longtime GOP operative Nathan Sproul.
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Anonymous said...

I'm not surprised. The Reps have been talking about voter fraud for eons. Typical projection of what they've been actually doing themselves.

Ben said...

Oh comeon, they both do it and everyone knows it. Our system is so corrupt it's not even funny. Dems get dead people to vote and people without citizenship to vote. Republicans "omit" registrations that don't suit their purpose. Both groups are full of nothing more than a bunch of lying crooks. Ask any 3rd grader what they want to be when they grow up. I bet you don't hear "politician." God save America.

The Anti-Gnostic said...

Government controls a lot of wealth in this country. High stakes invite corruption. With elections being decided within the statistical rate of error, voters are no longer as important as the vote-counters. This is a good argument for limiting the franchise.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, right.