An entire panel and parts of some speakers’ speeches focused on electoral corruption at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
An aide to Vivek Ramaswamy alleges that a political consultant with connections to CPAC offered essentially a pay-for-play deal asking for six figures in exchange for the ability to influence the straw poll in the direction of the candidate.
“Basically, they were like, if you pay I think it was upward of $100,000, we can get tickets and bus a bunch of people in for the straw poll,” the senior Ramaswamy campaign official told Politico. “I was taken aback, because I’ve never been to CPAC before, and it’s very activist-driven but I think if any of them knew it was an artificial poll, they’d be pretty pissed about that.”
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