Electoral rolls have confirmed that Macon County officials are also registered to vote in Virginia, and this week state former President Donald Trump and former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Exiled from the electoral list of.
Meadows, director of the Macon County Election Commission, said in an email to Charlotte Observer Meadows that he was registered in Macon County, which voted in 2020, and Virginia, who voted in 2021. Asheville Citizen Times..
State law stipulates that anyone who leaves North Carolina and votes in another state will lose their right to housing and will not be eligible to vote here. The Virginia Elections Office said in an email that it would not publish a record confirming whether someone was registered to vote in the state.
Enactment Meadows was dismissed when a person “exercised citizens’ rights by going to another state, county, municipality, constituency, district, or other constituency, or District of Columbia, and voting there. Is particularly obligatory. In an election, the person shall be deemed to have lost residence in the state, county, municipality, constituency, ward, or other constituency in which the person was removed. “
Mr Tibaud said he had never objected to removing Meadows from the voter list.
The removal of Meadows from the North Carolina voter list is the latest in a series of voting debates against former members of the House of Representatives. New Yorker Articles In March, Meadows was found to claim to live in a mobile home that he didn’t own in his voter registration.
The magazine found that there was little evidence that Meadows visited the mobile home.
According to the records of his voters, he registered at the address in September 2020 and voted by absentee ballot in the general election of the year.
Fraudulent Voting Investigation into Meadows
The State Research Agency also announced that it was investigating the Electoral fraud in Meadows in mid-March, following a New Yorker report.
Meadows was a proponent of the unfounded theory that Biden won the presidential election because of widespread fraudulent voting. He also did not follow the subpoena from the Parliamentary Commission, which investigated the parliamentary riots on January 6, 2021.
Meadows spokesman Ben Williamson declined to comment on the story.
This story was originally published April 13, 2022, 5:48 pm.