UCP Candidate Was Accused of Election Fraud By Top Jason Kenney Adviser Back When They Were in College - 2019-04-11

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F0.png UCP Candidate Was Accused of Election Fraud By Top Jason Kenney Adviser Back When They Were in College April 11, 2019, PressProgress

One of United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney's highest-ranking advisors accused a current UCP candidate of stealing voting IDs to cast fake votes during a student election back in 2003.

Shuvaloy Majumdar, a top Kenney adviser, has been a central player in both of two scandals currently under investigation by the RCMP: the kamikaze scandal, as well as new revelations about an alleged scheme to use fraudulent e-mails to that were successfully used to cast fake votes in the 2017 UCP leadership.

But in the early 2000s at the University of Calgary, Majumdar served as the Chief Returning Officer in a controversial student election that saw Mickey Amery, the UCP candidate for Calgary-Cross, slapped with several election code violations.

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{{cite news | title = UCP Candidate Was Accused of Election Fraud By Top Jason Kenney Adviser Back When They Were in College | url = https://pressprogress.ca/ucp-candidate-was-accused-of-election-fraud-by-top-jason-kenney-adviser-back-when-they-were-in-college/ | work = PressProgress | date = April 11, 2019 | accessdate = August 21, 2019 }}