RALEIGH, N.C. — The State Board of Elections today announced that Chuck Stuber will join its investigations team in June. Stuber is a 28-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where he served as a special agent stationed in DC, Denver, and Raleigh.
“Stuber’s focused experience will enhance our Agency’s ability to detect and combat voter fraud and violations of campaign finance law,” said Executive Director Kim Westbrook Strach. “His proven track record at the FBI makes Stuber an ideal fit within our team.”
Stuber played a central role in the investigation and prosecution of Gov. Mike Easley and House Speaker Jim Black, during which he worked closely with Strach.
“I am honored to join the State Board of Elections during this important time,” said Stuber. “I have deep respect for those within the Agency and look forward to working with them to enforce our state’s election laws.”
The Agency in April announced that it would investigate cases of possible voter fraud identified by an interstate cross-check comparing election records from 28 states.
Stuber is a native of Raleigh and holds degrees from NC State University and the UNC School of Law. He is an attorney and a certified public accountant.