(Daily Caller) Republican National Lawyers Association (RNLA) Chairman David Norcross told The Daily Caller that a "desperate" Attorney General Eric Holder distorted a study his group conducted about voter fraud to fit President Barack Obama's anti-voter identification agenda.
During a speech at the National Action Network conference — hosted by MSNBC host and liberal activist Rev. Al Sharpton's — on Wednesday, Holder cited an RNLA study to back up his statement that in-person voter fraud instances are "rare."
"We might begin by acknowledging the fact that instances of in-person voter fraud are extremely rare, a point that groups from different political affiliations have acknowledged, and numerous studies — by organizations from the Brennan Center to the Republican National Lawyers Association — have affirmed," Holder said.
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