Son of North Carolina congressional candidate warned about absentee votes

"I warned him that collecting ballots was a felony," John Harris, son of Republican congressional candidate Mark Harris, said in court Wednesday.
3:40 | 02/20/19

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After having a conversation with my dad where he basically filled me in on April 6 meeting Whitman pray. I expressed my concern is based on everything that I didn't have to that point namely my belief. Did McRae had engaged in collecting dollars and 26 scene now that belief was based on my review and absentee better data that our rates drop. Com and also just the general sense of reports I was getting back did you discuss shady character that was my impression. And I told him bit collecting ballots whether Downey. And I don't see him the Saatchi didn't shed collecting ballots was found. I have never reasonably. At any point in my father actually news want my mother or anyone else believe the campaign. Actually news and pray and Hispanics we're doing things in Basra. They're reasonably. My response was that good test is it your unprovable process he uses being broadcast on the news. And did I say it's a legal gray area so what taking into possession for delivery to the board of elections means. Taking it yourself and popping in a big PM mailbox is a felony. That's what I believe what's happening and had indicated in my email. Has her father or your parents say anything that makes you believe that day. That mr. Dallas collect that no absolutely not I think they were lied to independently. The person who lives. I always say when her from the eighteenth primary results. Looking at these numbers. Analysis. When he's seen five people. Did big issue that I. That list are now in sixty that was my conclusion that they were illegally collecting doubts was this batch. We can't change it in whole. Repeatedly. Eight yes the differences Ali was flattened out and 116. Or. It is. Are people didn't it weird these concerns will be making sure where he wants to take responsibility for Obama's option being wrong. And I wish I would look at these numbers and where he. So oh yes questions. Question are good news and prevent all this. Others. Are raised red flags at it is time this decision was made to you hired Dallas. I. That's that's and again. We're here the order does was murdered in this case. I certainly. They didn't scores oh okay. I think hey this case in this process. And these are. But I think about all of this and aging process Washington on all of oh or probably. Are ones that my parents and world that we are doing for them. And I'll be right decision and watching all this process unfold. We ask that all the way. Politics. And exploitation process is for little hands. Artist and bluegrass and her colleagues.

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