Republican Mark Harris called for a new election in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, giving up on certification as winner in a race marked by voting irregularities in Bladen and Robeson counties.
Republican Mark Harris to testify at the North Carolina Board of Elections hearing on November 2018 general midterm election & vote fraud allegations in 9th District race. Harris faced Democrat Dan McCready.
The state board of elections will decide what happens next in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District. The results of the 2018 election between Mark Harris and Dan McCready have not been certified.
Democrat Dan McCready’s campaign listed 48 witnesses for the state board of elections to subpoena for a scheduled Jan. 11 hearing into possible election fraud in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District.
McCrae Dowless, a person of interest in the North Carolina state board of elections investigation into possible election fraud in the 9th Congressional District, said he did not violate any campaign laws.
A Bladen County precinct worker, in a sworn affidavit, wrote that early vote totals were seen by outside officials. Bladen County counted early votes on Nov. 3, several days before state law says to count the votes.
The investigation into voting irregularities in the 2018 election in Bladen County is, at least, fifth elections case since 2010 in the rural eastern North Carolina county facing questions in 9th District race.
North Carolina congressional race results between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready for the 9th District House seat are delayed by fraud charges. What role did McCrae Dowless play in accusations?
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Leslie McCrae Dowless, who worked for the Mark Harris campaign, was convicted of felony fraud in 1992 and served more than five months in prison. Dowless, in 2016, alleged voter fraud in Bladen County.
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