This is a bit ironic, isn't it?
While Republicans — stateside and nationally — have pushed voter fraud to the top levels of importance since the 2010 elections, what's one to make of the situation involving Strategic Alliance Consulting? The management consulting company, founded by GOP operative Nathan Sproul, was fired by the Republican Party of Florida due to wide-spread allegations of fraudulent voter registration forms.
Florida Democrats are seizing the issue after news broke last week that there were problems with more than 100 voter registration applications turned in by workers registering voters for Strategic Alliance Consulting in Palm Beach County. Nine other counties in Florida have reported registration problems, and the FDLE is now investigating.
Today, Palm Beach County area Democratic Congressman Ted Deutsch sent a letter to Gov. Rick Scott, calling on him to do several things, "to prove that you care about voter fraud, even if it involves the Florida Republican Party, the Republican National Committee, and Mitt Romney's presidential campaign."
This includes creating a bipartisan task force to determine, "what, if any damage has been done by these allegedly fraudulent registration activities ..."