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North Carolina will not prosecute Mark Meadows for voter fraud

Mark Meadows Served As The White House Chief Of Staff From 2020 To 2021.

Mark Meadows served as the White House Chief of Staff from 2020 to 2021.

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former chief of staff Donald Trump, mark meadowswill not be charged with voter fraud related to your registration in 2020 election and vote absentee North CarolinaThe state’s top law enforcement official made the announcement on Friday.

Meadows and his wife, Debra, were under an investigation after the media reported that the former North Carolina congressman’s voter registration included a mobile home in Scaly Mountain, North Carolina, which Meadows has never lived in or visited. , according to The Washington Post.

but Officers were shown evidence that Meadows and his wife had rented the house, Josh Stein, North Carolina’s attorney general, said he and his wife lived there for a short period and there was no evidence the couple “intentionally provided false information in consideration of the lease they signed.”

The investigation found that Meadows was engaged in public service in Washington, D.C. and therefore Eligible for Residency Exception,

From March 2020 to January 2021, Meadows served as Trump’s chief of staff. He had a condo in Virginia near Washington, but no property in North Carolina.

Meadows cast an absentee ballot by mail in the battleground state for the November 2020 general election, and her voter registration listed a mobile home as her residence. Trump carried the state by 1.3 percentage points.

The couple provided investigators with a signed one-year lease for the home beginning Sept. 1, 2020, according to a state Justice Department memo on the reasons for refusing to file charges in the case.

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