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North Carolina Investigates Possible Election Fraud, Democrat Withdraws Concession

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North Carolina Investigates Possible Election Fraud, Democrat Withdraws Concession

North Carolina Investigates Possible Election Fraud, Democrat Withdraws Concession

CNN reports Democrat Dan McCready has withdrawn his concession in a North Carolina congressional race as investigators investigate allegations of election fraud.

McCready got 905 fewer votes than Republican Mark Harris in the 9th District race in the state last month.

However, the state elections board has refused to certify the results, since it is now investigating potential misconduct with absentee ballots.

It is possible that the board could order another election.

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