Back in July, we discussed a complaint from the campaign defending then-Senate President John Morse alleging that some number of recall petition signatures, which were obtained largely by paid signature gatherers, were fraudulent (see our post, Recall Fraud: The Curious Case of Twila Sue Peach).
Today, KKTV Channel 11 in Colorado Springs reports:
A man is accused of forging signatures on petitions asking for the recall of Colorado Senator John Morse…
The DA's warrant alleges that [Nickolas] Robinson committed 13 counts of forgery, seven counts of perjury and 13 counts of attempt to influence a public servant in May of 2013.
We'll update with further details once they are reported, but it appears that Morse's campaign was right.