In announcing that they had
gotten caught discovered anomalies altering voter registrations. Strategic Allied Consulting spokesperson in the avatar of a lawyer failed to mention that they were already being quizzed in Lee county about the exact same changing of voter registration isolated incident. I foresee a widespread rash of these isolated incidents as voter registrations are examined more closely.
But Cheryl Johnson, Lee County’s voter registration director, told the Times/Herald on Tuesday that she noticed some odd applications that came quite a bit earlier, on Aug. 28. It looked like someone had checked Republican for a number of party registration boxes that didn’t match the rest of the applications. Four of the forms appeared to have been filled out by the same person.
Johnson called the person who dropped them off, a Strategic Allied Consulting employee named Danielle Alvarez. On Sept. 6 — 12 days before they learned about the Palm Beach forms — Johnson met with Alvarez and a man who said he was with the Republican Party of Florida.
"They said they were shocked," Johnson said. "They told me that they fired someone and it wouldn’t happen again."
Johnson said they took copies of the questionable forms and promised they would call back. But that was the last Johnson heard from them.