2012 Presidential Race

GOP says its members are target of fake letters

October 23, 2012

The website The Daily Caller is reporting that Charles Callaghan, a Republican from Ponte Vedra, received one of the fraudulent letters Saturday. Chris Cate, spokesman for the Division of Elections, explained to the Tampa Bay Times, which reported the letters have gone mostly to Republicans in the state.

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  • Drew October 24, 2012 at 8:55 am

    Citing the Daily Caller? Really? Your blog is better than that, Rick.

    • Rick Outzen October 24, 2012 at 1:48 pm

      I suspect the GOP black ops are behind this letter to stir up their “troops.”

  • Ames October 24, 2012 at 7:39 am

    The committee is now scrambling to distance itself from Sproul after Florida launched a criminal investigation into the company. Strategic Allied Consulting submitted 106 “questionable” voter registration forms to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, and several other counties have discovered fraudulent forms as well. The Florida GOP fired the firm on Tuesday night.
    Republicans have launched relentless efforts to prevent in-person voter fraud, which is exceptionally rare, yet seem to have ignored the real threat of voter registration fraud by their own consultant. In a twist one Florida Supervisor of Elections called “ironic,” Sproul’s organization was in fact registering dead voters as Republicans, even as Republican lawmakers all over the country justified discriminatory voter purges with the threat of dead voters showing up to the polls.