The Canadian Press

2013-04-02 | Robocalls Charges

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Michael Sona, a junior Conservative campaign worker in Guelph, Ontario, was the first person charged under the Elections Act in relation to fraudulent robocalls made during the 2011 federal election campaign. Canadian Press reporter Terry Pedwell had this report.

Date: 2013-04-02
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 30 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Michael soda was a young employee of the election campaign of Conservative candidate Marty Burke elections Canada has been investigating hundreds of fraudulent robocalls in Guelph and dozens of other writings across Canada that purported to be from the elections regulator electors were told their polling stations had been move part of an alleged scam to suppress the vote the fraudulent calls appear to Target identified non conservative voters soda has loudly and repeatedly asserted that he's being made a scapegoat by party brass tell Patrol the Canadian press Ottawa >>