New details on the investigation against a Pennsylvania man arrested and accused of voter fraud.
Colin Small is out of jail. He faces a number of charges, after sheriff's deputies say he threw out several filled out voter registration forms.
Small's linked-in page lists him as a grassroots field director for the Republican National Committee. A title the RNC communications director says is not true.
Small's roommate answered the door at his home, saying he has no comment,.
A neighbor said "We were kinda disappointed with the fact that someone would do something like this and that it's happening in my neighborhood.".
Small worked for Pinpoint, an independent private organization contracted by the Republican Party of Virginia.
U.S. News and World report is reporing that Small threw out the forms because he missed the deadline to turn them in.
The chairman of the Democratic party of Virginia is calling for an investigation.
"He has been associated with firms that are being investigated. There's a firm he most recently worked with that's been investigated by the state of florida for voter fraud." said Brian Moran, chairman of the Democratic party of Virginia
Moran says that firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, continued to be paid by an anonymous group to help the Mitt Romney and George Allen campaigns in Virginia, despite controversy surrounding their practices.
Moran says "It's time the Attorney General takes the next step to make sure this is not a pattern of behavior. Was this individual told to do this are others doing this?"
Several calls to the Republican party have not been returned.
Small will make his first court appearance on November 5.
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