Misleading robocalls went to voters ID'd as non-Tories - 2012-03-16

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F182.png Misleading robocalls went to voters ID'd as non-Tories March 16, 2012, Terry Milewski, CBC News

An investigation by CBC News has turned up voters all over Canada who say the reason they got robocalls sending them to fictitious polling stations was that they'd revealed they would not vote Conservative.

Although the Conservative Party has denied any involvement in the calls, these new details suggest that the misleading calls relied on data gathered by, and carefully guarded by, the Conservative Party.

Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand announced Thursday that he now has "over 700 Canadians from across the country" who allege "specific circumstances" of fraudulent or improper calls. CBC News examined 31 ridings where such calls have been reported and found a pattern: those receiving those calls also had previous calls from the Conservative Party to find out which way they would vote.

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{{cite news | first = Terry | last = Milewski | title = Misleading robocalls went to voters ID'd as non-Tories | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/misleading-robocalls-went-to-voters-id-d-as-non-tories-1.1160187 | work = CBC News | date = March 16, 2012 | accessdate = July 8, 2019 }}