Virginia AG Refuses To Investigate Man Arrested For Dumping Voter Registration Forms
Ken Cuccinelli, the Attorney General of Virginia, is refusing to investigate Colin Small, the man arrested for throwing into a dumpster voter registration forms. Small, who worked directly for Nathan Sproul, and for one of his companies and subcontractors, has been charged with eight felonies and five misdemeanors. Sproul has been paid millions of dollars by Mitt Romney and the RNC, despite being the subject of many voter fraud allegations. Sproul and his companies, which have been reported as shell companies that change names and locations, has worked in at least 30 states, especially key battleground states.