Maryland Republicans Found Guilty Of Attempting To Suppress Black Vote
Paul Schurick, a former aide to Republican governor Bob Ehrlich has been found guilty on all four charges that he attempted to suppress the black vote in Maryland in 2010. As WBAL reported, “Schurick was a loyal lieutenant to Ehrlich — working on all three Ehrlich campaigns for governor — and serving as communications director for the Ehrlich administration.”
Schurick sent out a voice mail targeted to black Democrats that said the election had already been decided and that they should stay at home.
This is what Republicans do all over the country. Luckily here in Maryland, they got caught in the act.