Investigation Of Alleged Voter Registration Expands; Includes Dubois County

INDIANAPOLIS (Local Sources) – Indiana State Police added 48 additional counties Thursday to an investigation into allegations of fraudulent voter application information in Indiana.

The investigation originally involved nine counties, but has expanded to include many more. A total of 57 are now included.

This week, police raided the business offices of the Indiana Voter Registration Project, 2425 North Meridian Street, Suite A, in downtown Indianapolis amid reports of fraud.

Indiana voters should check the accuracy of their voter information by visiting this site. Updates to voter registration information can also be made from the same site, up to the date of the deadline.

The Secretary of State Office is also available to assist voters on regular business days, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by calling 866-461-8683.

State police say the investigation is ongoing and it is not possible to determine the number of registered voters that may have been negatively impacted. The investigation  is complex, time consuming and is expected to continue for several more weeks or months.

The following counties are included in the investigation according to ISP:

  1. Adams
  2. Allen
  3. Bartholomew
  4. Benton
  5. Blackford
  6. Boone
  7. Brown
  8. Carroll
  9. Cass
  10. Clark
  11. Clay
  12. Clinton
  13. Daviess
  14. Dearborn
  15. Decatur
  16. DeKalb
  17. Delaware
  18. Dubois
  19. Elkhart
  20. Fayette
  21. Floyd
  22. Franklin
  23. Fulton
  24. Gibson
  25. Grant
  26. Greene
  27. Hamilton
  28. Hancock
  29. Harrison
  30. Hendricks
  31. Henry
  32. Howard
  33. Huntington
  34. Jefferson
  35. Jackson
  36. Jasper
  37. Jay
  38. Jefferson
  39. Jennings
  40. Johnson
  41. Knox
  42. Kosciusko
  43. LaGrange
  44. Lake
  45. LaPorte
  46. Lawrence
  47. Madison
  48. Marion
  49. Marshall
  50. Martin
  51. Miami
  52. Monroe
  53. Montgomery
  54. Morgan
  55. Newton
  56. Noble
  57. Owen

The voter registration deadline is Oct. 11.

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