So, Patrick, let's say just for argument's sake, that you didn't declare on your federal disclosure forms that Hickory condo (bought in 2005 and not reported then or since) because it is your personal residence.
(Not having to report a residence purchase or sale somewhat neuters the concept that taxpayers have the right to know if you got a sweetheart deal but I'll let that go for now).
Problem with that? According to the North Carolina State Board of Elections you've been voting from Cherryville the last three elections since you bought that property (and chose to exclude it from your disclosures.)
So, now we've got that pesky ol' voter fraud problem rearing it's ugly head. Which is worse? Voter fraud or lying in financial disclosures? Both are federal legal violations, right? But, the thing is you have other inconsistencies on your financial disclosures (I won't got into it now but does the address 4211 Pete Brown Rd. Ring any bells?)