Mark Meadows was removed from the voter rolls in his home state of North Carolina. And he’s being looked at for potential voter fraud.
The state elections board said the former North Carolina congressman voted in Virginia in 2021.
Here’s the latest: Former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has been removed from the voter rolls in North Carolina, as state officials probe potential voter fraud allegations against the former congressman.
“Macon County administratively removed the voter registration of Mark Meadows under” state law, Patrick Gannon — a spokesperson for the state board of elections — said in a statement, “after documentation indicated he lived in Virginia and last voted in the 2021 election there.”
Gannon referred any questions on an investigation into Meadows to the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. Anjanette Grube, a spokesperson for the bureau, said in a statement that the organization’s “investigation into potential voter fraud allegations concerning Mark Meadows remains ongoing.” She declined to comment further.
Not commenting: Ben Williamson, a spokesperson for Meadows, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Nazneen Ahmed, a spokesperson for Democratic state Attorney General Josh Stein, declined to comment because of the ongoing State Bureau of Investigation probe.
The news of Meadows’ removal was first reported by the Asheville Citizen-Times, after the county elections director confirmed Meadows’ removal from the rolls to the paper.
Get caught up: Questions over Meadows’ voter registration first surfaced last month after a report from The New Yorker, that found that Meadows was registered to vote at a “fourteen-by-sixty-two-foot mobile home” in North Carolina. The State Bureau of Investigation publicly confirmed an official probe into the matter in mid-March.
He cast an absentee ballot in North Carolina for the 2020 presidential election. Meadows registered to vote in a Virginia suburb of Washington D.C. shortly before the 2021 gubernatorial election there.
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