Updated: Friday, 28 Sep 2012, 6:13 PM CDT
Published : Friday, 28 Sep 2012, 3:39 PM CDT
PENSACOLA, Fla. (WALA) - The Florida State’s Attorney Office said it is investigating a number of questionable voter registration forms out of Escambia, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties.
State Attorney Bill Eddins said a number of the suspicious forms were turned in by a third party voter registration organization, hired by the Republican party of Florida.
Escambia County officials have asked for the Eddins to take a look at several forms.
" We saw a couple that raised our suspicions. We looked at them a little but further at that point I determined it was time to engage the state attorney on it, “ said Supervisor of Elections, David Stafford.
Eddins said his office is investigating at least 100 forms from Santa Rosa County and about a dozen from Okaloosa County.
Voters in Florida are taking notice.
"I think it's obviously something that is going to be looked at the question is it a matter of small number or is it widespread,” said Rodney Eagerton.
The State Attorney said his office is not investigating the Republican party of Florida or the third party organization.
Eddins said his investigation will focus on specific people within the voter registration organization