Voter Registration Fraud Case Continued Until February

By: Brendan Ponton Email
By: Brendan Ponton Email

HARRISONBURG-- The voter registration fraud case involving a man working for an organization contracted by the Republican Party was continued until February 5.

Colin Small, 23, of Phoenixville, Pa., faces 13 charges, including eight felonies. In October, he was arrested after eight voter registration forms were found in a dumpster in Harrisonburg. At the time, he was the Voter Registration Supervisor for an organization contracted by the Republican Party.

On his way into court on Tuesday morning, Small didn't respond to questions about the case.

After the court appearance, his attorney, John Holloran, said he wants complete discovery of evidence before the case moves forward. Commonwealth's Attorney Marsha Garst is overseeing the case for the state.

Because Small worked for an organization tied to the Republican Party, the case has gotten a lot of attention, and has political undertones.

Small is currently out of jail.


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