Half of FieldWorks Voter Applications May Be Bad — Thousands of Delaware County, Pa. voter registration forms filed by a Democratic electioneering organization may be illegitimate, Delaware County Republican leaders said at a press conference, today, Nov. 3 at the Delaware County Government Center in Media.
The vote fraud scheme was found when Pennsylvania State Police raided the Norwood offices of FieldWorks LLC . A search warrant was issued, Oct. 28.
Meehan said these infirmities include fraudulent information and filing after the Oct. 11 deadline. He noted that 52 applicants registered at addresses that don’t exist. He said one apparent voter appeared to be registered nine times at five different addresses.
Meehan, who was joined by Springfield Republican Chairman Mike Puppio and county GOP Chairman Andy Reilly, also questioned why so many of the registration forms purportedly collected from Delaware County voters were filed to the state, not at local offices.
“At the last second, literally thousands of these applications were not sent to Delaware County and the commission, they were sent to the state to circumvent the requirements,” he said. “Why would someone from Norwood drive to Harrisburg … and deliver them there rather than coming right up the street and deliver them in Delaware County?”
Meehan said it was deliberately done “to gum up the works and make it more difficult for those commissioners to oversee” if they were legitimate.
The Delaware County Voter Registration Commission – a bi-partisan board – will hold a hearing Friday to determine whether the forms were timely submitted. An ongoing review by election officials has revealed problems with hundreds of applications, from addresses that don’t exist to Social Security numbers or driver’s license numbers that don’t match.
FieldWorks clients consist of Democrat and other extreme, power-driven leftist organizations.