Republican voting contractor charged with disposal of voter forms
A voting-registration supervisor contracted by the Republican Party of Virginia has been arrested in the case involving the discovery of registration forms found in a dumpster outside a Harrisonburg business.
Colin Small, 31, of Phoenixville, Pa., faces four counts of destruction of voter-registration applications, eight counts of disclosure of voter-registration applications, and one count of obstruction of justice, according to the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office.
Small is a voter-registration supervisor employed by Pinpoint, an independent private organization contracted by the Republican Party of Virginia for purposes of general voter registration.
The sheriff’s office investigation began on Oct. 15 when law enforcement received a citizen complaint of voter registration application forms being found in a dumpster behind a business in the City of Harrisonburg.
The investigation is still ongoing, and additional charges are possible, according to the sheriff’s office.