A jury is deliberating in the trial against former Governor Bob Ehrlich’s campaign manager. The jury is being asked to decide whether Paul Schurick intentionally tried to suppress African-American voter turnout when he approved a 2010 election night robocall.
Taking the stand in his own defense, the man at the center of the election day robocall scandal says he didn’t break any laws by authorizing the calls.
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.
The man at the center of the 2010 election robocall controversy prepares to fight for his freedom Tuesday. That’s when the election fraud trial gets underway for political operative Julius Henson.
Two members of the Ehrlich campaign face a judge and decades in prison, accused of trying to keep African-American voters from the polls.
Former Governor Bob Ehrlich has testified before a grand jury. It’s all part of the investigation into what some say were deceptive calls to voters on Election Day.
A state prosecutor has convened a grand jury to investigate what some called political dirty tricks surrounding last year’s hotly-contested governor’s race.
The consultant behind the robocalls that targeted thousands of Maryland voters could have to pay up.