In North Carolina, a federal prosecutor’s office revealed on Friday, March 19, that 24 more people have been charged with voter fraud in the last 18 months.
People from Mexico and some Central American nations, as well as France, Yemen, Iraq, Nigeria, and other countries, are among those indicted.
Two defendants were charged earlier this year with voting illegally in the 2016 general election, according to authorities.
More than 15 others are accused of registering to vote while falsely asserting U.S. citizenship.
On Friday, indictments were unsealed against a number of defendants.
In 2018, the United States Attorney’s Office in Raleigh announced charges against nearly 20 foreign nationals accused of voting unlawfully in 2016.
Later, the prosecutor requested voting records from election officials in North Carolina.