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RNC fires firm registering voters in NC and other states

The Republican National Committee has fired a consulting firm it was paying millions of dollars to conduct voter registration in five battleground states, including North Carolina, NBC is reporting.

The move came after Palm Beach County, Fla., elections supervisor discovered 108 potentially fraudulent registration forms submitted by the GOP consulting firm including suspected phony signatures and home addresses that matched those of a gas station, a medical building and Land Rover dealership.

Strategic Allied Consulting, a firm run by veteran GOP consultant Nathan Sproul, had been hired by the RNC and state Republican Parties to register voters in North Carolina, Nevada, Colorado, Virginia and Florida, NBC reported.


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Voter Fraud

Got to give the GOP credit for firing the firm that committed it.

Obama gets away with crimes everyday and the media looks the other way, but the Republicans do or say something it's front page news. They villify Romney while pandering to Obama...most people are not even aware of how EVIL Obama is. He is destroying our country and the media just glosses him over. The Republicans have their flaws too but nothing like what the Dems have perpetuated.

Brilliant!

The Republicans have been pushing Voter ID laws for so long without any real evidence of voter fraud.  So what do they do?

They go out and create actual voter fraud.

That's brilliant!!!!

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