Republican consultant Nathan Sproul, whose firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, was fired by the Republican National Committee over reports that his company submitted questionable voter registration documents in Florida, also has ties to the Romney campaign.
The Arizona-based Sproul worked for the Republican nominee, with his firm Lincoln Strategies taking nearly $80,000 from the Romney campaign this year.
On Thursday, former Sproul employee and VA Republican Party field director Colin Small was arrested in Virginia on charges that he disposed of filled-out voter registration forms.
Sproul was photographed with Romney at an Arizona fundraiser earlier this year, as well as on the floor of the GOP convention in Tampa.
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