Politics & Policy

Voter Fraud in Bridgeport?

Chris Healy, chairman of the Connecticut Republican Party, has been tweeting up a storm this morning over allegations of voter fraud in Bridgeport. Now, Dan Debicella’s campaign sends this press release:

“Today, multiple instances of voter fraud are being reported in Bridgeport,” said Debicella spokeswoman Ashley Maagero.  “Allegedly, key members of Jim Himes’ staff were actively campaigning in the Registrar of Voters office and later removed for inappropriate activity.  Additionally, lawyers from our campaign team were and continue to be denied the ability to obtain results as ballots are counted and tallied in real-time.  We are disappointed by these tactics.”

UPDATE: A Connecticut Republican strategist says he hears poll workers have run out of official ballots and are making photocopies of them in Bridgeport. That may be illegal but he’s uncertain. Battle ‘10 will keep its eye on it.

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