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(Reuters) – North Carolina Republican Mark Harris said on Tuesday that he will not run in the re-do of a U.S. House of Representatives election that drew national scrutiny because of ballot fraud.
Harris attributed his decision to health concerns. He led by 905 votes in the Nov. 6 election, but state officials refused to certify him as the winner over Democrat Dan McCready. Last week they ordered a new election after finding the voting results were tainted.
The unanimous vote by North Carolina’s bipartisan elections board followed four days of evidence showing an operative for Harris’ campaign had orchestrated a ballot fraud scheme in the state’s 9th Congressional District.
Health concerns? You mean he would have been too sick to carry out his duties as a congressman if his stolen election victory had been certified? Or that he’s so sick he got caught?
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