Deliberations begin in Ehrlich campaign consultant’s robocalls election fraud trial
May 9, 2012
AP via the Washington Post
By Associated Press
BALTIMORE — The fraud in an Election Day 2010 robocall that told voters to “relax” because the Democratic governor had won lies in its deceptive language and no mention of the sender, prosecutors told jurors Wednesday at the trial for the Republican challenger’s campaign consultant.
Prosecutors allege that the calls sent to about 110,000 voters in Baltimore and Prince George’s County — two jurisdictions with high percentages of black voters — were meant to stop black voters from going to the polls.