Well, "at least he was honest", as one observer notes. Via John Stephens at HuffPo...
"A lot of us are campaign officials --- or campaign professionals --- and we want to do everything we can to help our side. Sometimes we think that's voter ID, sometimes we think that's longer lines --- whatever it may be," Tranter said with a laugh.
Tranter owns Vlytics, a company that was paid more than $3,000 by former presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign for "data consulting."
Tranter's actual remarks, and a bit of commentary about them from Jacob Soboroff of Why Tuesday and Dr. Michael McDonald of George Mason University's Election Project, follow below..