North Carolina ‘serial double-voter’ charged with voter fraud

19th of August 2015

The interstate cross-check program has uncovered more potential voter fraud, helping investigators nab another alleged North Carolina “serial double-voter.”

Jason Wilton Wetzel has been charged with double-voting multiple times in both North Carolina and Georgia, in the 2012 primary and general elections and in 2014.

So far, the State Board of Elections has referred ten cases of potential “serial double-voters” to North Carolina prosecutors, with additional criminal referrals expected.

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