The chairman of North Carolina's presidential election resigned on Saturday, saying he did not want his political views to influence an ongoing investigation into potential electoral fraud.
Democrats Andy Penry resigns when state officials examine potential fraud in North Carolina's 9th congressional district
The Washington Post received a letter from Penry to the Procuratorate for Elections and Enforcement of Ethics, in which he stated he wants to resign to continue the investigation. "free from distractions and disabilities so that the truth can be revealed."
"Investigating criminal behavior and electoral fraud in the absence of the 2018 Republican primaries and the 201
Penry has received criticism in the United States from Republican officials claiming his Twitter Contributions are partly critical. President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump praises George HW Bush's humility and "unwavering leadership" Former President George HW Bush Dies at 94 Trump Issues Alaska Emergency Declaration Following the Earthquake MORE Proves that the investigations in the 9th district are biased.
Democrat Dan McCready announced that in house race the Republican Mark Harris to call in North Carolina congressional race for fraud NC officials agree to hold hearing for alleged fraud in the US house race The Hill's Morning Report – Markets on the verge of Trump, Xi bargain in the district MEUR and said he would do it After a decrease of about 700 votes I do not ask for a recount.
The Electoral Commission, however, decided not to certify the election results, citing "claims for irregularities and fraudulent activities in connection with postal voting by mail" (19659002) voted 7-2 on Friday for a hearing on the concerns.
Bladen County Has Been at the Center of Investigations Because Voters' Enigma Declarations Have Been Presented The Chamber is claiming cases of people who came to their homes and asked to cast their absentee ballots while leaving some races empty.
Officials investigating the findings are also investigating unusually high numbers of postal voting cards filed in Bladen County.
The Associated Press withdrew its call for the Republican in the race on Friday.