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AP FACT CHECK: McConnell’s misleading spin on voting fraud

The GOP efforts McConnell refers to have focused on requiring voter ID, which has no effect in stopping the alleged mail-in ballot fraud seen in North Carolina.
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GOP candidate’s son had concerns about political operative

The son of the Republican in the country's last undecided congressional election testified Wednesday that he warned his parents that he thought the North Carolina political operative now accused of illegally collecting voter's ballots used shady methods and should be avoided.
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Gov. Cooper reacts to District 9 voter fraud allegations

Governor Roy Cooper vetoed elections legislation last Friday that would require a complete redo in the disputed District 9 US House race if new balloting is determined necessary due to fraud.
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Democrats react to Bladen County election investigation

Absentee ballots in Bladen County are holding up certifying a congressional race and two county elections.
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New documents released in state investigation of alleged voter fraud surrounding Bladen County

These "irregularities" resulted in the state not only bringing into question the outcomes of a Congressional race, but to pause the certification of two county races.

North Carolina lieutenant governor in voter fraud video

North Carolina's lieutenant governor appears in a video that offers instructions on how to commit voter fraud in the state.

19 foreign nationals charged in NC for voting in 2016 election

Nineteen foreign nationals from 14 different countries face charges for allegedly voting in the 2016 election, according to a news release from the US Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina.

Man convicted of voting twice in North Carolina GOP primary

A statement from the State Board of Election said 52-year-old Dewey George Gidcumb Jr. voted in the Republican primary during the early voting period, then again on Election Day.

GOP eliminates Election Assistance Commission, citing waste

The Election Assistance Commission was created by Congress after the 2000 Florida recount to upgrade voting technology and provide election-related information to federal entities, state officials and election administrators.

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