The FBI is now investigating the voter activist group "ACORN."
FBI officials are examining the results from recent raids of ACORN offices in several states.
There's been concern of a possible coordinated national scam to falsify voter registrations.
ACORN officials admit that some of their employees created false voter forms to pad their pay, but ACORN says those employees have since been fired.
"We tell our canvassers right away, 'Don't do this, there are criminal consequences if you do it,' ACORN representative Pat McCoy said to investigators in North Carolina.
"We have had people who were prosecuted, but the organization has not been found to be guilty in regards to our programs," he added.
ACORN has registered about 1.3 million first-time voters, most of whom have registered as Democrats.
But Mike Ashe, North Carolina's Elections Director, says that this is not fraud against the elections process, it's fraud against ACORN.
"It was not intended to steal votes. It was really fraud against ACORN to get money for the number of registrations."