More evidence that North Carolina, like other states, is right to be concerned about voter fraud, and that investigators can find allegedly-“nonexistent” fraud by simply looking:
A State Board of Elections official said that investigators have referred 10 cases to prosecutors involving potential “serial double-voters” who appear to have cast ballots in two states during both the 2012 and 2014 general elections.
The referrals came from an investigations team assembled in March by the board. The team examined results of a cross-checking of voter records among 28 states, including North Carolina. Double voting is a federal and state crime…
Additional criminal referrals to prosecutors are expected as investigators widen their nets to capture one-time double voters.