Indiana State Police raided an Indianapolis business as part of an expanded investigation into allegations of fraudulent voter application information in multiple Indiana counties.
ISP says the investigation began after they were tipped off by the Hendricks County Clerk’s office to inaccuracies in registration forms.
[sc name=”Article Mobile Ad” ]
Detectives obtained a search warrant for the business offices of the Indiana Voter Registration Project, 2425 North Meridian Street, Suite A, in downtown Indianapolis.
The affidavit and search warrant are sealed for a period of 30 days from the time the warrant was granted, which was October 3, 2016.
State police say an investigation of this nature is complex, time consuming and is expected to continue for several more weeks or months.
Patriot Majority USA President Craig Varoga released this statement on behalf of the Indiana Voter Registration Project:
“After all is said and done, when this partisan investigation finds no wrongdoing by the organization, Connie Lawson and the Indiana State Police will have prevented 45,000 African Americans from voting in this year’s elections. That is why today we reported their outrageous actions to the Department of Justice.”