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Thousands May Have Voted Twice In 2012 Election
Written by Josh Zach   
Friday, 04 April 2014 10:14

RALEIGH -- The State Board of Elections revealed that more than 35,000 people may have voted twice in the 2012 general election by casting ballots in North Carolina and another state.

Bob Hall, executive director of Democracy North Carolina, said finding that records like the first and last names and birthdays lined up on voter rolls in North Carolina and another state is not conclusive evidence. However, he adds that in some cases, more dots were connected.

Hall said, "They did find about 760 or so, who not only have first and last name matching and birthdate matching, but also the last four of the social [security number] matching. That's pretty substantial matchup there."

Officials are investigating whether the matches represent an error or deliberate crimes.

Last Updated on Friday, 04 April 2014 10:44
 
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