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Remember Strategic Allied Consulting and it's founder, Nathan Sproul?  You know...he's the fella who got into a bit of trouble a few weeks back for voter registration fraud while working under contract for the RNC.  Well, it seems ol' Nathan isn't done yet.


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Joseph Tanfani of the L.A. Times writes that Sproul is apparently still hard at work setting up Republican GOTV efforts.  He references Bluenc.com, a North Carolina political blog, which connected some dots and found that Strategic Allied Consulting has merely morphed into a different entity called Issue Advocacy Partners and continues to operate just as if nothing happened.

Brad Friedman at BradBlog.com does a good job bringing the whole story together.

So, what happened to the RNC's supposed "zero tolerance" policy for voter registration fraud?

(Update #1)
Hungrycoyote pointed out that Think Progress has a piece on this as well.

Just Bob posted a link to today's Tampa Bay Times piece on the release of documents related to the criminal investigation into SAC's voter fraud.

Citizendc added a link that delves in to Sproul's use of shell companies.

(Update #2)
Citizendc pointed out to Just Bob & hungrycoyote that their comments just showed that Karl Rove's American Crossroads and Sproul's Strategic Alliance Consulting both share the same address:
45 North Hills Drive
Suite 100
Warrenton, VA 20186

Nice work, folks!  Now THAT is some interesting information that I'd certainly love to hear more about

(Update #3)
here4tehbeer pointed out that the same address is used by Holtzman Vogel Josefiak PLLC, a law firm in which Jill Holtzman Vogel, the current representative to the Va. State Senate for the 27th District, is a partner.

Citizendc added that another Partner in that firm, Jason Torchinsky, is also a Lawyer for Americans for Prosperity, a Koch organization.

What a small, small world it seems to be when your mission is to pervert Democracy by any means necessary.

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Originally posted to sinnyc on Fri Oct 12, 2012 at 08:04 PM PDT.

Also republished by Headwaters.

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