North Carolina AG tells voters not to do what Trump says on mail-in voting

The North Carolina attorney general urged voters not to act on President Trump’s advice for voters in the state to go to polling places after they send in their absentee ballots, saying that it could lead to people voting twice, which is illegal.

In a tweet on Saturday morning, Mr. Trump urged voters to sign and send in their absentee ballots early, and then check to see if their ballot was counted by going to their polling place in person.

“When Polls open, go to your Polling Place to see…

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