Florida GOP Fires Glen Allen firm for possibly committing voter fraud


    Who is “Strategic Allied Consultants of Glen Allen, Va.”

    Whoever they are, they may be committing voter fraud in Florida.

    Where is James O’Keefe and his hidden camera when we need him?


    The Republican Party of Florida is dumping a firm it paid more than $1.3 million to register new voters, after Palm Beach County Elections Supervisor Susan Bucher flagged 106 “questionable” registration applications turned in by the contractor this month.

    Bucher asked the state attorney’s office to review the applications “in an abundance of caution” because she said her staff had questions about similar-looking signatures, missing information and wrong addresses on the forms.

    The state GOP hired Strategic Allied Consultants of Glen Allen, Va., for “voter registration services” and get-out-the-vote activities. The firm got identical payments of $667,598 in July and August.

    Read the full article — 106 possibly fraudulent applications out of 304 turned in — over one-third of their applications may be fraudulent!!


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