Voting Fraud Complaints Rise in North Carolina

Allegations of voter fraud in North Carolina began long before voting started in North Carolina.
November 2, 2012

Allegations of voter fraud in North Carolina began long before voting started in North Carolina.

Now, after two weeks of early voting, there have been almost daily complaints about intimidation, aggressive campaigning and attempts to misinform voters.

While every presidential election has its share of discord, State Elections director Gary Bartlett said long lines and partisan tensions have led to an increased number of complaints to his office and to county election officials."There's a lot going on at one-stop sites that we just haven't seen until Election Day in the past," he said.

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