Voter Fraud May Have Thrown This North Carolina Congressional Election

Hundreds of fraudulent absentee ballots may have tipped this race... toward Republicans.

Voter fraud may have changed the outcome of a congressional election in North Carolina. For a change, the fraud…

The race in North Carolina’s ninth district was called for Mark Harris, a Republican running to succeed Robert Pittenger, the Republican incumbent who was defeated in the primary. Harris, a Charlotte pastor, led Democrat Dan McCready by 905 votes on Election night and McCready conceded the next day. Over the next few weeks, irregularities in the election have caused the North Carolina Board of Elections to delay certifying the election. On Nov. 26, the board, which is made up of four Republicans, four Democrats and one nonpartisan, voted unanimously to delay until an investigation had been completed. The race is still officially undecided.

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