Opening arguments have begun in the case against the man who ran Bob Ehrlich’s campaign for governor. He’s one of two men accused in last year’s robocall controversy on election night.
A former top aide to Republican Governor Bob Ehrlich will soon head to trial on charges he broke the law trying to get Ehrlich re-elected. It all has to do with those now infamous election night robocalls.
Two members of the Ehrlich campaign face a judge and decades in prison, accused of trying to keep African-American voters from the polls.
A big mistake. That’s how his attorney describes the charges against a former Ehrlich aide in Maryland’s Election Day robocall scandal.
Grand jury indictments are handed up in the Election Day robocall controversy. The calls were made during last fall’s gubernatorial election. After an eight-month investigation, two political operatives for the Ehrlich campaign are now facing criminal charges.