The North Carolina Board of Elections says they've found 135 bogus voter registration forms, ones turned in by a community organizing group.
The News and Observer of Raleigh reports that elections officials are inspecting suspicious forms handed in by ACORN workers. ACORN stands for the Association of Community Organizations for Reforms Now.
According to the report, 104 fake voter registration forms came from Durham County, 30 came from Wake, and one came from Mecklenburg.
The investigation is not over.
The News and Observer says ACORN has cooperated with the probe, and is required by law to turn in all voter registration forms they collect, including ones that group members flag as suspicious.