INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -
Twelve employees of a voter mobilization group are facing criminal charges
accusing them of submitting fraudulent or fake voter registration
applications in Indiana last year.
in the charges filed Friday that 11 Indiana Voter Registration Project
workers created and submitted falsified voter registration applications to
meet work quotas. A supervisor for those canvassers also is charged.
All 12 face one
count each of procuring or submitting voter registration applications known
to be false, fictitious or fraudulent. The 11 canvassers also face one
perjury count each. The supervisor faces one counterfeiting charge.
If convicted, each
faces up to 2 1/2 years in prison. The Indiana Voter Registration Project
faces the same charges as the supervisor. Marion County Prosecutor Terry
Curry says State Police found no evidence of voter fraud.