(Hickory Daily Record) To say there is no voter fraud going on in North Carolina is technically not true.
Over the past decade, hundreds of such cases have come across the desk of Marshall Tutor, the lone investigator for the North Carolina Board of Elections.
But with only a relative handful of exceptions, the majority of these cases have been those in which convicted felons have cast votes in violation of state law.
According to a report supplied by Marshall to the R&L, 447 cases of various types of voter fraud reached the level of meriting further investigation by county district attorney offices throughout the state.
But 291 of those cases – more than 65 percent – involved voting by convicted felons.
Also, 310 voter fraud cases that were recommended to district attorneys (nearly 70 percent of cases for the entire decade) occurred during one voting cycle: 2008. And 235 of that year’s cases – 76 percent – involved felons illegally voting.
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