Outrageous Voter Fraud Suspicions Lead Indiana Police to Raid Registration Office
A voter fraud investigation in Indiana's capital is growing larger, Sandra Smith reported on America's Election HQ.
Indiana State Police raided a voter registration agency in Indianapolis after they suspected that hundreds of records may contain false information.
Police said records in a nine-county area in the Hoosier State may contain fake names, addresses and dates of birth.
The probe could take weeks or months to complete, Smith said.
Voters might not find out they have been affected by the alleged voter fraud until they show up at their poll on November 8.
Indiana voters who want to check the accuracy of their information can visit http://indianavoters.state.in.gov/
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