Even though North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has conceded his re-election race, the head of the North Carolina GOP is hopeful that a U.S. attorney appointed by President Donald Trump will still find voter fraud in the governor's race and "potentially send people to jail."
"There’s not doubt in our minds that significant voting fraud took place in Bladen County, which has now been referred to the U.S. Attorney," Dallas Woodhouse, the executive director of the North Carolina Republican Party, told TPM on Tuesday. "We believe that the new U.S. attorney that’ll be appointed by Mr. Trump will look at this and potentially send people to jail.”
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