NC GOP donor sues to get his $2.5M for voter fraud investigation again

CHARLOTTE, NC (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – A North Carolina GOP donor needs his $2.5 million greenback donation – again.

Entrepreneur Fred Eshelman of Eshelman Ventures, primarily based out of Wilmington, NC, is suing the nonprofit group “True the Vote” for the cash he contributed to the post-2020 election voter fraud investigation effort that shortly failed. Eshelman claims the group didn’t use the cash for its meant objective.

He needs the total $2.5 million {dollars} again. After they supplied solely $1 million, he filed two lawsuits – one in federal courtroom and one in Texas state courtroom the place “True the Vote” relies. The federal lawsuit has been withdrawn however the Texas case remains to be pending.

Eshelman, widely known for having UNC-Chapel Hill’s pharmacy college bear his title, supplied us with this assertion:

True the Vote failed, in each approach, to utilize my directed donation to analyze and both show or disprove election fraud, as agreed upon, and failed to reply to my requests for details about how the funds had been spent. I’m dedicated to searching for justice on this matter, and can vigorously pursue our litigation.

We reached out to the legal professionals for “True the Vote,” in addition to the group itself, and have but to listen to again.

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