Mark Meadows will not be charged for voter fraud related to his 2020 registration and absentee vote. His registration listed a mobile home in Scaly Mountain, N.C., that he never owned, stayed at or visited. Attorney General Josh Stein: “There is not sufficient evidence to bring charges”. Meadows cast absentee ballot by mail in Virginia while registered to vote in North Carolina. He was removed from voter rolls while the fraud investigation was ongoing. Stein says Meadows should not be charged with voter fraud, but he criticized his history of supporting Trump’s false claims.
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