Mark Meadows is removed as a registered voter in North Carolina : NPR


A North Carolina county electoral board removed former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows from its list of registered voters after documents showed he lived in Virginia and voted in the election of 2021 in this state.

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Mark Meadows is removed as a registered voter in North Carolina : NPR

A North Carolina county electoral board removed former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows from its list of registered voters after documents showed he lived in Virginia and voted in the election of 2021 in this state.

Patrick Semansky/AP

RALEIGH, NC — A North Carolina county election commission removed Mark Meadows, former chief of staff to President Donald Trump, from its list of registered voters after documents showed he lived in Virginia. and had voted in the 2021 election in that state.

Questions arose about Meadows last month when North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein’s office asked the State Bureau of Investigation to review voter registration for Meadows in Macon County, in western North Carolina.

In announcing his removal, the Macon County Board of Elections said it had received no formal challenges and was referring the matter to the SBI, the state Board of Elections announced Wednesday.

A representative for Meadows did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Macon County District Attorney Ashley Welch asked the attorney general’s office in March to handle any Meadows voter registration investigation and said she would recuse herself from the case. She noted that Meadows, a former congressman from the area, helped her campaign for DA and appeared in political ads endorsing her.

Public records show Meadows is registered to vote in two states, including North Carolina, where he listed a mobile home he did not own as his legal residence weeks before voting in that state in the election. 2020 presidential.


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