Twelve employees of a group funded by Democrats to mobilize minority voters in Indiana are accused of submitting fake or fraudulent voter registration applications ahead of last year's general election, according to charging documents filed Friday.
In other words, the arrests have started for the people trying to rig the election.
Prosecutors allege that 11 temporary workers employed by the Indiana Voter Registration Project created and submitted an unknown number of falsified applications. According to a probable cause affidavit, a supervisor for those canvassers, Holiday Burke, was also charged, as was the group.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said State Police said the charges against the workers arose from "a very bad, ill-advised business practice" of setting canvassers what appears to be a daily quota.
The Indiana Voter Registration Project's effort to register primarily minority voters was overseen by Patriot Majority USA, which has ties to the Democratic Party, including Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and former President Bill Clinton.