Radiator accused of starting a fire in the Bronx that killed 19, including nine children

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North Carolina voters contest Cawthorn’s candidacy on January 6

A group of North Carolina voters told state officials on Monday that they wanted U.S. Representative Madison Cawthorn disqualified as a congressional candidate, citing his involvement in last January’s rally in Washington challenging cause the presidential election result before a riot on Capitol Hill later in the day. Cawthorn’s office quickly condemned the challenge to the Republican’s candidacy, which was filed on behalf of 11 voters with the State Board of Elections, which oversees a process by which a candidate’s qualifications are reviewed. Voters argue Cawthorn, who formally applied for the 13th District seat last month, cannot run because he fails to comply with a U.S. Constitution amendment ratified shortly after the Civil War .

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