Prosecutors in Florida are looking into alleged voter registration fraud conducted by employees of Strategic Allied Consulting, which the RNC and state parties hired in at least five states. The RNC has now cut ties with the firm after news broke that its employees had registered dead people and listed the addresses of a Land Rover dealership and other non-residences on registration forms. Paul Lux, the Republican supervisor of elections in Okaloosa County, Fla., who first brought the suspect registration forms to the attention of prosecutors, said as many as one in three were questionable. “It’s kind of ironic that the dead people they accused ACORN of registering are now being done by the RPOF [Republican Party of Florida],” Lux said.
Also, I love the ambiguity of this statement in the LA Times:
[RNC spokesperson Sean] Spicer said creating fraudulent voter registration forms would not help the Republican Party. “If you don’t do it right, it doesn’t assist us in any way,” he said.
Voter fraud: You have to do it RIGHT.