Trailer Displays Hung Effigies of President Obama and N.C. Gov. Beverly Perdue at Polling Place

| by Michael Allen

An open air trailer recently parked at an early voting site in Goldsboro, North Carolina, and displayed hung effigies of President Obama, North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue and state and local law enforcement officials.

State Board of Elections Executive Director Gary Bartlett said the truck pulled up to a Wayne County library that offered early voting on Thursday morning.

The trailer belongs to V.R. Phipps, who lives in Duplin County, reports WTVD-TV in Durham, North Carolina.

Phipps has been driving the wagon around for more than three years and drove it through Manhattan in September, according to WTVD-TV.

Bartlett told WTSP-TV that information was forwarded to the U.S. Attorney's Office and the Wayne County district attorney.

The Secret Service told WTSP-TV that they know about the wagon, as do local police.