There's been a ruling in the robocall scandal.
Federal Court Judge Richard Mosley ruled, on Wednesday, that while phone calls were used to misdirect voters in the the last federal election, they had minimal impact on the outcome.
"I find that electoral fraud occurred during the 41st General Election but I am not satisfied that it has been established that the fraud affected the outcomes in the subject ridings and I decline to exercise my discretion to annul the results in those districts," he wrote according to Postmedia News.
"In reaching this conclusion, I make no finding that the Conservative Party of Canada or any CPC candidates or RMG and RackNine Inc., were directly involved in any campaign to mislead voters.
"I am satisfied, however, that the most likely source of the information used to make the misleading calls was the CIMS database maintained and controlled by the CPC, accessed for that purpose by a person or persons currently unknown to this court."
Mosley also chided Tory MPsRead More »from Federal court rules that fraudulent phone calls didn’t affect election outcomes, appeal possible