NC Board To Post Documents Related To Investigation Into 9th District Election Online
The North Carolina State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement has been directed to start posting documents from its investigation into alleged election fraud in the 9th Congressional District.
Joshua Malcolm, the chair of the bipartisan board of elections, told staffers earlier this week to review and post materials related to the investigation on the state board website.
The materials will be posted on a rolling basis, but the board cautions that a post may not represent the totality of the investigation.
The state board posted six initial documents Tuesday afternoon, including copies of the absentee ballot request forms obtained by the Bladen County Board of Elections office and a log kept by county board employees of residents who turned in absentee ballot request forms in person.