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Ex-Trump chief of staff Meadows removed from North Carolina voter roll amid probe

Mark Meadows, who served as former Republican President Donald Trump's chief of staff and echoed his false claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 election, has been removed from the voter roll in North Carolina as the state investigates possible irregularities in his registration.

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Mark Meadows, who served as former Republican President Donald Trump’s chief of staff and echoed his false claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 election, has been removed from the voter roll in North Carolina as the state investigates possible irregularities in his registration.

Highlights

  • Mark Meadows, who served as former Republican President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, has been removed from the voter roll in North Carolina as the state investigates possible irregularities in his registration.
  • State authorities said last month that Meadows was being investigated over his voter registration.
  • The investigation was in response to claims that Meadows registered to vote in September 2020 with an address at which he did not reside, own or visit.
  • Meadows was also the subject of contempt charges by a congressional committee investigating the Jan.
  • 6, 2021 attack on the U.S.
  • Capitol, in which Trump and his supporters sought to stop the certification of now-President Joe Biden’s election victory.