Amid increasingly alarming reports of election fraud in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, Republican candidate Mark Harris disclosed late Thursday night that his campaign owed $34,310 to Red Dome Group. The Charlotte-based consulting group has been accused of collecting absentee ballots in a possibly illegal effort to sway the election in Harris’ favor. Harris listed the obligation in a Federal Election Commission filing, which described “reimbursement payment for Bladen absentee, early voting poll workers; reimbursement door to door,” The New York Times reported. The documents show Red Dome hired L. McCrae Dowless Jr., a Bladen County operative who has been accused of collecting and tampering with absentee ballots from voters to tip the election toward the GOP nominee.
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