Nevada state authorities seized records and computers Tuesday from the Las Vegas office of an organization that tries to get low-income people registered to vote, after fielding complaints of voter fraud.Bob Walsh, spokesman for the Nevada secretary of state's office, told Foxnews.com the raid was prompted by ongoing complaints about "erroneous" registration information being submitted by the Association of Community Organizations of Reform Now, also called ACORN.The group was submitting the information through a voter sign-up drive known as Project Vote."Some of them used non-existent names, some of them used false addresses and some of them were duplicates of previously filed applications," Walsh said, describing the complaints, largely from the registrar in Clark County, Nev. He said some registrations used the names of Dallas Cowboys football players.ACORN spokesman Charles Jackson confirmed the group's Nevada office was raided.It's not the first time ACORN's been under investigation for irregularities in registration records.In 2006, ACORN committed what the Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed called the "worst case of election fraud" in the state's history.In the case, ACORN submitted just over 1,800 new voter registration forms, but there was a problem. The names were made up-all but six of the 1,800 submissions were fakes.The Associated Press contributed to this report.
It is time that this group is cut off. It is time that we demand that not a single penny of our tax payer money go to this corrupt group of felons. It is time that we demand more from our public officials on this issue. If you aren't mad yet at what is going on in our country, then you deserve what you get.