Posted on: 10:16 am, September 28, 2012, by Eli Stokols, updated on: 01:08pm, September 28, 2012
DENVER – The Colorado Republican Party has terminated its contract
with a firm hired to run voter registration and get-out-the-vote
operations here after allegations of fraud, FOX31 Denver has confirmed.
The move came at the recommendation of the Republican National
Committee, leading to the termination of contracts with Strategic Allied
Consulting in seven swing states, following an investigation of voter
fraud by the company in Florida.
“The Colorado Republican Party takes any threat to the voting process
very seriously,” said state GOP spokesman Justin Miller. “Following an
alleged incident by an employee of Strategic Allied Consultants outside
of Colorado we terminated our relationship.”
In Colorado, the state GOP
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