Stories have also emerged in recent days from people who did work for Dowless, saying that he had hundreds of absentee ballots in his possession, something which is illegal under North Carolina law.
Dowless has been accused of not only collecting ballots, but also possibly tampering with, and discarding them.
While Harris has denied knowledge of any absentee ballot operation, the GOP winner has been quiet about the almost daily drumbeat of new information, save for a video statement made several days ago.
If the North Carolina elections board decides to hold a new election, it would probably take months for the primary and general election - leaving that seat vacant as the 116th Congress convenes in January.
So far, Congressional Democrats have not indicated whether they will investigate the election fraud questions from the November election, along with questions about possible absentee ballot fraud in the GOP primary, which saw Harris win an astounding 95 percent of the absentee-by-mail ballots in Bladen County, as he defeated incumbent Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-NC).
Pittenger has not said if he will run again, but has raised questions about Dowless and possible fraud.