North Carolina elections offices contend with avalanche of records requests from 2020 elections
In the past year, elections offices across North Carolina — and the country — have been inundated by waves of requests for records from the 2020 presidential election — a surge that has grown significantly since July. The requests are part of a concerted effort by conservatives who maintain the baseless claim that former President Donald Trump won the presidential election.
Rusty Jacobs of North Carolina Public Radio reports.
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