FBI investigating Nathan Sproul’s vote-blocking firm for fraud
FBI investigating voter registration company Strategic Allied Consulting for fraud
Among charges, one employee accused of ripping up Democratic registration card
BY MICHAEL WALSH / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2012, 4:13 PM
Strategic Allied Consulting is under criminal investigation for suspected voter registration fraud in several states.
The company’s owner, Republican strategist Nathan Sproul, has been accused of similar crimes in the past. But recent allegations have forced the Republican Party — who paid Strategic Allied Consulting millions to register voters in Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina and Virginia — to sever ties with the firm.
Strategic Allied Consulting allegedly registered dead people, altered real forms and created fake ones, reported The New York Times.