Fraternity’s claim about lost voter registration forms turns out to be false

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Editor’s note: In the original story, KSNT inaccurately reported that the fraternity claimed to have turned in the forms on Oct. 9, along with posting the surveillance video from that day. The article has since been corrected to reflect the correct date of Oct. 10 along with the corresponding surveillance video. 

A K-State fraternity’s accusations that the Riley County Clerk’s office lost their voter registration forms have proven to be false.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. at K-State claimed they turned in the forms on Oct. 10 from dozens of Kansas State students, but the county clerk’s office said the forms were never turned in at all.

KSNT was able to get the surveillance video from that day that shows no sign of the fraternity member who claimed to gone into the office and turn the forms in.

We’ve reached out to the fraternity since we watched the video, but they have not returned our emails or calls.

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