The documents offer new evidence linking this local Tory campaign to thousands of fraudulent robo-calls sent by someone hiding behind the now-notorious alias – a ploy that directed non-Conservative voters to the wrong Guelph polling station on election day.
Oh, that's nice. Send the non-conservatives to the wrong polling station and win 6 of 7 affected ridings across Canada by under 1,000 votes each.
Yukon, where Liberal incumbent Larry Bagnell was defeated by Conservative Ryan Leef by 132 votes. The Yukon News has reported that identified opposition supporters in the riding received calls telling them their polling station had moved. Elections Canada has interviewed witnesses in the riding.
Elmwood-Transcona in Manitoba, where Conservative Lawrence Toet defeated New Democrat incumbent Jim Maloway by 300 votes. The NDP says voters in the riding have reported receiving calls directing them to the wrong polling stations.
Not included in the legal action is Etobicoke-Centre, where former Liberal MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj is funding his own legal challenge of the outcome after losing to Conservative Ted Opitz by 26 votes in the May 2 election.
While Republicans flap their arms rapidly, attempting to call attention to voter fraud, they try to draw attention away from their preferred method of fixing elections--voter suppression.
On a side note, why is it OK that electronic voting machines are treated with less security than Nevada slot machines?