Robocalls

Sun coverage: Election Day robocalls On Election Day in November 2010, voters in Baltimore City and Prince George's County received automated "robocalls" telling them to stay home and "relax" because Gov. Martin O'Malley had already won re-election. In fact, the polls were still open. Two campaign operatives working on the campaign of former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., top, were charged with ordering the calls. Political consultant Julius Henson, bottom left, and campaign manager Paul Schurick, bottom right, were charged with conspiracy to violate Maryland election laws, attempting to influence a voter's decision and failing to provide an authority line on campaign material. Schurick was convicted of four counts including election fraud on Dec. 6, 2011. Baltimore Sun
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