GOP Knew Of Fraud Allegations Against Firm It Hired; Hired Them After Name Change
Besides the spreading allegations of voter fraud against a Republican-hired firm, word comes that the GOP knew of past allegations, but hired the firm anyway.
Strategic Allied is run by an Arizona-based man named Nathan Sproul, who has been dogged by charges in the past that his employees destroyed Democratic registrations. No charges were ever filed.
But his reputation is such that when Sproul was tapped by the RNC to do field work this year, officials requested that he set up a new firm to avoid being publicly linked to the past allegations, Sproul told The Times. The firm was set up at a Virginia address, and Sproul does not show up on the corporate paperwork.