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Yukon voter recalls ‘fishy’ telephone call in last election; Tory MP Aspin says he has clear conscience in his Nipissing-Timiskaming riding’s election results

One of eight voters in a Federal Court challenge of the results in six ridings from the 2011 general election disputed on Monday arguments from the Conservative Party lawyer that the voters waited too long to complain about allegedly fraudulent phone calls on voting day and were in effect pawns for a public interest group, the Council of Canadians, that has campaigned against Conservative government social and economic policies.

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Conservative MP Jay Aspin, pictured in this file photo, is one of six Tory MPs whose riding results being challenged. Eight voters across the country in the six ridings are challenging the results in Federal Court. The case is being heard this week in Ottawa.

 

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Yukon voter recalls ‘fishy’ telephone call in last election; Tory MP Aspin says he has clear conscience in his Nipissing-Timiskaming riding’s election results

One of eight voters in a Federal Court challenge of the results in six ridings from the 2011 general election disputed on Monday arguments from the Conservative Party lawyer that the voters waited too long to complain about allegedly fraudulent phone calls on voting day and were in effect pawns for a public interest group, the Council of Canadians, that has campaigned against Conservative government social and economic policies.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Conservative MP Jay Aspin, pictured in this file photo, is one of six Tory MPs whose riding results being challenged. Eight voters across the country in the six ridings are challenging the results in Federal Court. The case is being heard this week in Ottawa.

 

  

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