Conservative leadership campaigns worry fraud, vote-rigging will go unpunished

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Several Conservative party leadership campaigns are worried that perpetrators of alleged fraud and vote-rigging won’t face the consequences of their actions.

How rule-breaking will be punished is the talk of the party after 1,351 memberships, worth more than $17,000, were ruled invalid following an investigation last week.

Read more at National Post

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.