Wednesday, February 28

ex-Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows investigated for voter fraud


  • District Attorney Ashley Welch asked the North Carolina Department of Justice to consider the matter.
  • Public records show that Meadows is registered to vote in two states, including North Carolina.
  • rump won the battleground state by just over 1 percentage point.

MACON COUNTY – The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation has opened a probe into potential voter fraud by former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows after a Republican Western North Carolina district attorney passed the case on to the state.

District Attorney Ashley Welch asked the North Carolina Department of Justice to consider the matter after she was contacted by media outlets, including the Citizen Times, about the Macon County voter registration of Meadows, a former top staffer for President Donald Trump and WNC congressman.

Meadows, who was a key proponent of the court-rejected claims that widespread voter fraud cost Trump the election, registered and voted using the address of a single-wide Macon County mobile home where owners and neighbors say he never lived or visited.


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