A Texas company is apologizing for delivering improperly filled voter registration forms to approximately 11,000 North Carolinians.
The registration applications reportedly contained incorrect personal information and allegedly stemmed from a printing error.
Fox News’ Evie Fordham reports:
The North Carolina State Board of Elections told voters to discard incorrect mailings that were sent through tech company Civitech and its partner PrintMailPro.
“We would like to express our sincere apology for the error made by our data department on a recent mailing of voter registration applications for Civitech,” PrintMailPro CEO Shelley Hyde said in a statement. “This error caused incorrect information to be printed on the registration form of some recipients.”
Hyde added: “This was an isolated incident that affected roughly .3% of the total processed in North Carolina. We have taken corrective action in retraining our staff and have added checks to prevent this from happening again.”
In 2008, Barack Obama defeated John McCain in North Carolina by .3%. Donald Trump won the state over Hillary Clinton in 2016 by 3.6%.
Civitech, which works on voter registration efforts throughout the U.S., is contacting individuals who received applications with incorrect information.
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