Since August of last year, Nathan Sproul, the man at the center of the growing voter registration fraud investigations in 11 counties in Florida, as well as other states, has registered at least 10 limited liability companies at the address of 80 E. Rio Salado Parkway, Suite 817, Tempe, Arizona. But in this photo taken on August 21 of this year, all that we see at this address are about a dozen volunteers making signs for Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a big open space devoid of desks or anything else looking like a business.
Various media have reported that the Romney campaign has said its relationship with Sproul ended in March of this year, but this photo was taken six weeks ago, according to the caption. Why are volunteers for Romney working out of Nathan Sproul’s office rather than out of the official Republican headquarters or Romney’s campaign headquarters?
Sproul also has an office on the same floor of the building, Suite 814. That address has been used for an array of companies tied to Republican operations in states from coast to coast. The companies thus far known are: Sproul Grassroots Mobilization, LLC, Lincoln Strategy Group, LLC, Grassroots Outreach LLC, and Strategic Allied Consulting, the firm at the center of the current storm over forged voter registrations.
Just this past Friday, as Nathan Sproul was giving an exclusive interview to Fox News saying he was out of the paid voter registration business for good, Greg Flynn at BlueNCwas reporting that yet another Sproul business incarnation has sprung up – Issue Advocacy Partners, using Sproul’s address in the recruiting ads. More troubling, this firm is operating in at least five states: Iowa, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
While the ads for Issue Advocacy Partners say they are seeking canvassers to go door to door to identify conservative voters, this ad says they also “register voters.”
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