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Indiana Voter Fraud Allegations

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We're less than a month away from Election Day—and early voting is underway in many municipalities throughout the country. But in Indiana, the board of elections is being kept busy with a lawsuit, accusations of improper procedures to verify registrations and possible fraudulent registration forms. The activist group, Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now faces allegations that they used fake names, addresses and signatures to register voters. And the county Republican Party is suing the county board of election which covers three of Indiana's largest cities—Gary, Hammond, and East Chicago. The GOP says the county election board failed to follow proper procedure to allow early voting.
 
Here to explain further is Chicago Public Radio's Michael Puente, who covers Northwest Indiana from our Chesterton bureau.

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