The task force also seized eight computer hard drives and about 20 boxes of documents in the rain, related to ACORN's "Project Vote," the registration drive.
One ex-employee of ACORN, Jason Anderson, rose to a supervisor position in the voter registration program although he was a convicted felon and an inmate in a medium security facility in Las Vegas at the time, a 19-page affidavit said.
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