Allegations of voter fraud are no longer a matter for conspiracy theorists alone. As Project Veritas and the WikiLeaks “Podesta Emails” have demonstrated, it’s simply a matter of fact.
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania State Police agents stormed the Delaware County, Pennsylvania, offices of FieldWorks, a national organization that often does “street work”—a term for door-to-door voter registration—for Democrats. According to officials, they were seeking documents, financial information and lists of employees as they investigate possible voter-registration fraud.
A search warrant was obtained Friday, although the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office refused to comment regarding the investigation. As The Inquirer reported:
In a statement Monday, a spokesman for FieldWorks’ national headquarters in Washington, said the company has “zero tolerance for fraud.”
“FieldWorks is now working with county officials to provide them with information on our program and applications they are investigating,” said the spokesman, Matt Dorf. “In keeping with our regular practice, we will work aggressively with authorities to seek the prosecution of anyone involved in wrongdoing.”
FieldWorks describes itself as “a nationally recognized grassroots organizing firm founded to help progressive organizations, advocacy groups, and members of the Democratic family take their public engagement and electoral strategies to the next level.” It was founded in 2001, according to its promotional information online.
The company did not respond to requests for comment on which campaigns or political groups have hired them to work in Pennsylvania.