Mark Meadows News: “Former NC congressman, chief of staff to Trump removed from state voter rolls”


Former President Donald Trump’s closest White House adviser has been removed from North Carolina’s voter rolls by Macon County elections officials, according to the NC State Board of Elections.

The development comes after news reports revealed that Meadows, who served as a congressman before becoming Trump’s chief of staff, was registered to vote in September 2020 at a mobile home in Scaly Mountain where the former owner claims Meadows never stayed.

Pat Gannon, a spokesman for the state elections board, said in a statement that Meadows was removed because he voted in Virginia in the 2021 election, thus prompting local elections officials to remove him.

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