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KPRC in Houston is reporting that the Organizing for America office in Houston was locked up Friday, two days after regional field director Stephanie Caballero was fired after being caught on video offering to assist a woman who wished to vote in both Texas and Florida.
The news comes as a blow to supporters of the president who went to the Houston OFA office Friday and found it locked up and no one inside.
“I’m disappointed we’re not working. I want to be working for the campaign. I want it to get started again,” said Susan Wegner, who volunteers with OFA.
The video was a production of James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, which released two bombshell videos on Wednesday showing staffers assisting people posing as Obama voters and asking for guidance on how to vote in multiple states.
Fox TV reporter visits OFA headquarters in Houston where director got fired. Finds doors locked, nobody there. bit.ly/SQBOx9
— James O’Keefe(@JamesOKeefeIII) October 12, 2012
— AlexaShrugged (@AlexaShrugged) October 13, 2012
— Clark (@tnew57) October 13, 2012
— Dillon (@dilloncoil) October 13, 2012
— Tabitha Hale (@TabithaHale) October 13, 2012
@jamesokeefeiii Haha, now you just need to tape in the other 56 states. Close ‘em all.
— Ry Brooks (@RyBrooks) October 13, 2012