Why would a campaign ask for names and addresses of the payees in a vote-buying scheme? My thought is that they wouldn't. Looking at the pictures of the texts provided so far, I am of the opinion that Baird was looking to Fielding to provide workers on Election Day, and needed that info fill out campaign finance reports.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
The one big problem with the proof in the alleged Cochran vote-buying scheme
If you look closely at the alleged texts from Saleem Baird, Baird asks for something that looks a bit off in a vote-buying scheme: the names and home addresses of the payees.