GOLDSBORO, N.C. (WBTW/AP) - North Carolina election officials have asked prosecutors to investigate reports of a trailer parked at an early voting site that held effigies of former and current elected officials with nooses around their necks.
State Board of Elections Executive Director Gary Bartlett said a truck with the attached open-air trailer pulled up to a Wayne County library that offered early voting Thursday morning.
Photographs show eight effigies and signs on the trailer side naming President Barack Obama, Gov. Beverly Perdue and state and local law enforcement officials.
In September, the wagon with similar effigies was driven through Wayne and Johnston Counties. The trailer belongs to........REST OF IT
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