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GOP Should Shut Down Fraudulent Voter Registration Program in Sacramento County
Sacramento television reporter John Myers has unearthed serious voter registration fraud in Sacramento County that the Attorney General might want to shut down. It's that bad.
According to the News10 investigation http://www.news10.net/news/article/192033/2/Sacramento-elections-officials-GOP-voter-drive-suspicious, Sacramento-based Momentum Political Services was paid $49,000 by the Sacramento Republican Party to sign up voters. Apparently they were a wee bit too zealous. The report features a Democrat who was signed up as a Republican and the county clerk pouring through a file cabinet full of 3,100 "suspicious" voter registration forms. On some, there are different ink colors between the signature of the voter and the box checked for party affiliation. On others, it's clear the voter had no clue they were being signed up as a Republican.
Of course, the California Republican Party refuses to say how many Republicans the firm was paid to register. Nor will it say how much of the $49,000 the company was paid up front that it would lose.
Since disclosure and transparency apparently isn't something the California Republican Party believes in, perhaps the Attorney General should get to the bottom of this.
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