Monday, March 05, 2012

The dirtier it is, the dirtier it gets

McGregor and Maher pull out another one.
Elections Canada investigators probing the robocalls scandal are interviewing workers on the Conservative campaign in Guelph, Ont., and trying to determine why payments made to an Edmonton voice-broadcasting company were not declared in financial reports filed with the agency.

In recent days, the agency has spoken to at least three workers from the campaign of Conservative candidate Marty Burke, including the official agent responsible for ensuring the campaign's financial report was accurate.

Elections Canada wants to know why the costs of automated calls the campaign has admitted sending out never appeared in the campaign's expense report, as required by law.
Oh... dear. It actually gets better. Read the whole thing

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1 comment:

Beijing York said...

Wizards behind the curtain:

Mark Spiro (Crestview Strategy)

Patrick Muttart (Mercury Public Affairs USA)

Hamish Marshall (Abingdon Research and Go Newclear Productions)

AR and GNP are hosted by the same IP address owned by the owner of Alberta Blue Strategies.