A couple of days ago we wrote about a voter fraud case in Pennsylvania in which state police raided the offices of a democrat "public advocacy" group, FieldWorks, LLC, seeking evidence of falsified voter registration forms. The Inquirer Daily News, cited court records noting that police were seeking templates that were "utilized to construct fraudulent voter registration forms." At that time, the investigation was thought to be linked solely to an office in the city of Norwood in Delaware County, PA.
To our complete lack of surprise, however, it now looks like the issue may extend beyond the Norwood, PA office as The Inquirer Daily News is reporting that the "probe of FieldWorks LLC is likely to expand to other spots in the state"...shocking. The probe was apparently expanded after applications were discovered where "individuals were registered to multiple addresses" or where social security numbers didn't tie back to driver's license numbers.
A source with knowledge of the inquiry said Wednesday the probe of FieldWorks LLC is likely to expand to other spots in the state.
At the same time, Delaware County officials are preparing to challenge thousands of voter registration forms submitted by the group, questioning if they were filed on time. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Friday.
Both developments came after Pennsylvania state police searched FieldWorks' Norwood office last week seeking, among other things, forms that could be used to "construct fraudulent voter registration forms," according to court records.
The questions about the forms extend beyond their timeliness, Maddren says. County election officials who surveyed the forms, he said, also discovered some applications where individuals were registered to multiple addresses or where registrants' Social Security numbers did not match their driver's license numbers.