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Uncle Steve
| September 9, 2014
Chrystia Freeland
| August 25, 2014

The Pierre Poutine voter suppression case: It's complicated for the Conservatives

Photo: flickr/Roland Tanglao

So is the voter suppression case dating back to the 2011 federal election all wrapped up with a nice little bow for the Conservative Party of Canada?

On Thursday, former junior party staffer Michael Sona, 25, was convicted of one charge of electoral fraud under the Elections Canada for his part in placing misleading robocalls in Guelph riding -- directing non-Conservative supporters to bogus polling stations.

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