Donald Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows, who accused Democrats of committing widespread fraud in the 2020 election, was registered to vote in three states at the same time, according to the Washington Post.
Meadows was simultaneously registered to vote in North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina.
The revelation comes after reports that Meadows, who was the keynote speaker at an Election Integrity Summit in Atlanta earlier this year, was removed from North Carolina voter rolls amid state investigation into voter fraud allegations.
Meadows registered to vote weeks before the 2020 election at a mobile home in Macon County, N.C. even though he allegedly never lived or even visited the property.
State records obtained by the Post, shows that Meadows is still registered to vote in Virginia and South Carolina.