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We have a Republican campaign consultant here in South Carolina, Robert Cahaly, who has gotten in trouble with the law for making some robocall push polls in some races for the State House of Representatives. The warrants that SLED has issued for his arrest were not because they were robocalls, nor because they were push polls. No, because he failed to indicate in the calls who had paid for the calls. Considering how easy it is to come up with some meaningless name for a front group, such as South Carolina Institute for Electoral Inquiry
™, failing to do that smacks of laziness, incompetence, or both. Even if he doesn't get convicted (and thereby loses his voting rights), I can't imagine many wanting to hire him next cycle given his demonstrated lack of ability.