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Voter advocate: recent incident shows the system works
Written by Bruce Ferrell/David Horn   
Wednesday, 03 October 2012 04:08

(RALEIGH) -- The North Carolina Republican Party has fired a company paid to register new voters following cases of fraud uncovered in Florida.  Bob Hall with Democracy NC said the errors were found by voting officials, so he thinks this shows the current system works.

"I think it is a serious problem, but I'm not going to use it in the same way that some folks wanted to jump on the ACORN people, now we've got to have police checks of people, photo IDs," said hall.

North Carolina GOP spokesman Rob Lockwood said Monday the party has terminated its relationship with Strategic Allied Consulting, a private company paid more than $3 million to register voters in several presidential battleground states. This development comes as Republicans have championed new laws requiring voters to present a government-issued photo ID to combat voter fraud.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 October 2012 19:00
 
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