People’s Party candidate Steven Fletcher accused of taking voter data from Conservatives

Ahmar Khan reports:

Repurposed lawn signs are not the only thing People’s Party of Canada candidate Steven Fletcher is being accused of taking from his former party.

The Conservative Electoral District Association of Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley alleges Fletcher, a four-time Conservative MP and former cabinet minister, took electronic voter data that belonged to them.

CBC News has obtained a copy of a letter written by the EDA’s lawyer, George Orle, dated Sept. 14.

Read more on CBC. They were able to reach Fletcher for a statement, and not surprisingly, he declared the accusations “obviously false.”

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