Anita Moncrief, 29, said she had a list of persons who had given money to Obama’s campaign, called a “development plan” that she was given while employed at a Washington DC chapter of Project Vote, one of ACORN’s sister affiliates. The list contained information about donors who had given the maximum contribution allowable to Obama’s campaign.
Moncrief gave this information while testifying to a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court in a suit brought by the Pennsylvania Republican Party against ACORN for the group's participation in voter registration fraud.
Moncrief is no longer empoyed by Project Vote. She was fired last January for putting charging personal expenses on the organization's credit card.