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December 6, 2011 Election-day dirty tricksters be forewarned: getting caught trying in a voter-suppression scheme can draw you a prison term, at least in Maryland.That's one take away message from Tuesday's conviction of the man who served as campaign manager for the effort of Maryland's former Republican Gov. Robert Ehrlich Jr.'s to regain the governorship.
November 29, 2011 On Election Day 2010, consultants working for the campaign of GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Ehrlich placed robocalls to about 110,000 Democratic voters who were led to believe there was no need to vote since the Democratic incumbent had already won. Ehrlich's campaign manager Paul Schurick faces two counts of conspiracy for violating state election law.
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