Miami-Dade County States Attorney is seeking 11 individuals in a scheme in falsifying nearly a thousand voter registration forms this week. The Miami-Dade County States Attorney has warrants on the people who worked for Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now better known as ACORN.
At Six have been placed into custody.
ACORN had allegedly Identified these former and notified the law enforcement agencies of the people involved.
This show`further evidence we’ve been policing our own folks and report people attempting to commit voter registration fraud,” said ACORN spokesman Brian Kettenring. “This was really some individuals who were trying to defraud their employer.”
Miami-Dade States Attorney Kathleen Rundle toughs ACORN rule in the investigation.
“We’ve been very aggressive about a lot of these cases,” she said. “But we would not have known about these workers unless ACORN brought it to us.
“It’s really minor, ineffectual attempts to justify getting paid an hourly basis. It could not have impacted the voting process whatsoever. Nonetheless, we cannot turn a blind eye to this,” Rundle added.
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