Outgoing Maine GOP Chair Plans To Investigate Alleged Voter Fraud By ‘Black People’

Maine’s outgoing Republican Party chairman plans to investigate claims that “dozens of black people” unfamiliar to local officials voted in rural Maine towns, the Bangor Daily News reports

“In some parts of the state, there were dozens of black people who came in to vote,” Charlie Webster said in an interview. “Nobody in town knew them.”

Webster plans to send thousands of postcards with a picture of the state capitol to registered voters. He is interested in the postcards that are returned as undeliverable in his investigation of voter fraud. 

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