A senior aide and a consultant hired by former Maryland governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) were indicted Thursday in a case stemming from thousands of anonymous robocalls placed on election night last year that suggested voters could stay home even though the polls were still open.
Paul Schurick, 54, Ehrlich’s de facto campaign manager, and Julius Henson, 62, a consultant paid by the campaign, were both charged with three counts of conspiracy to violate election laws, one count of influencing votes through fraud and one count of failing to identify the sponsor of the calls. In addition, Schurick was charged on one count of obstruction of justice.
Top Ehrlich aide, consultant indicted in Md. robocalls case - Maryland Politics - The Washington Post
Wow, if only we had enacted all those voter ID laws a little sooner...
“I’m worried that I will be the last Republican president.” - George W. Bush
Honestly I dont care who it is, voter fraud is wrong.
No Derail for you!
Voter ID and computerized cross checking of voter registration is the best way to prevent fraud.