(KCEN) -- Election day is more than a month away but there are already allegations of election fraud in Florida.
A firm hired by the state's Republican party is now under investigation for questionable voter registration forms.
A group of workers were fired last week after an elections supervisor suspected they doctored a stack of 106 forms.
It was their job to get out the vote for Mitt Romney by registering new voters.
A new plan is being formulated by the state to examine recently changed voter records all over Florida.
The worry is that voters could get to polling places in November and not be on the rolls because their information was changed by strategic allied consulting without even knowing it.
Elections Supervisor Susan Bucher said, "What we can do is try and verify, if we received the application through a third party voter registration organization, we might want to take a bigger look at that and even contact the voter before election day."
Voter registrations in at least 10 counties may be affected.