The young Republican who grabbed national headlines after being arrested for throwing voter registration forms into a dumpster before the 2012 election won't be facing any legal consequences.
Being careless or making a mistake shouldn't have resulted in criminal charges, Holloran said. While Small tossed eight voter
“If they were found by someone less honest, that person could have done a lot with those Social Security numbers,” Johnson
Felony Charges Dropped Against Colin Small, Republican Accused Of Destroying Voter Registration Forms
"It was a poor decision on his part, it was unwise, but it's not really a criminal case," he said. "There was no kind of
The eight applicants varied in age, and the rural area where they live is overwhelming white, ruling out two more. Sheridan
"I think it was stated in the report that it was not a widespread problem we're talking about. It doesn't matter. It's wrong