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GOP voter registration scandal grows more serious

What started as an isolated voter-registration controversy in Florida is quickly expanding -- and becoming an ACORN-style headache for the Republican Party.

A man who was being paid to register voters by the Republican Party of Virginia was arrested Thursday after he was seen dumping eight registration forms into a dumpster.

Colin Small, 31, was working as a supervisor as part of a registration operation in eight swing states financed by the Republican National Committee. Small, of Phoenixville, Pa., was first hired by Strategic Allied Consulting, a firm that was fired by the party after suspect voter forms surfaced in Florida and other states.

The owner of a store in Harrisonburg, Va., told a local television station that he became suspicious when he saw a car with Pennsylvania plates dump an envelope in back of his store. He recovered the envelope and alerted authorities.

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Psst...

How often does this happen and no one finds out?

I bet if you dug through dumpsters in Nevada, Iowa, Maine, Louisiana, etc you'd find all sorts of 'missing paperwork'. I bet I could guess whose name is on all of it too.

Tu ne cede malis sed contra audentior ito