Officials claim that of the 130 voter-registration forms submitted by Chad Staton, only six were determined to be legitimate. Defiance County deputies told the Defiance Crescent-News that Staton, who has appeared before a Municipal Court judge and was released on a person-recognizance bond, was to have been paid for each registration with crack cocaine.
Westrick told the Toledo Blade that Staton was working on behalf of a Toledo woman, who admitted giving Staton crack for the forms. That woman allegedly was connected with Toledo's NAACP Voter Fund.
A spokesman for the fund told the Blade the woman was a volunteer and he knew of no problems with the registration forms she submitted. The group issued a statement welcoming the investigation into the allegations.
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