Indiana voter fraud investigation now spans 9 counties

A former staffer on Bill Clinton's 1996 presidential campaign is behind a voter registration organization that is now being investigated for fraud by the Indiana state police. Indiana Voter Registration Project (IVRP), based in Indianapolis, may have submitted thousands of voter registration forms with fake, inaccurate, or missing information, according to state police.  The investigation has been ongoing since August and promises to extend beyond the November election. IVRP is more than a little shady. Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: The Star reported Sept. 23 that Patriot Majority USA is a so-called “dark money” group behind the Indiana Voter Registration Project. Patriot Majority, a nonpartisan charitable organization, is not required to disclose its donors. However, the newspaper reported the group is run by Craig Varoga, described as a liberal Democratic strategist and staffer on former President Bill Clinton’s 1996 national campaign who...(Read Full Post)