Some board members say key interviews and questions that should have been asked were not answered.
Chief Investigator Kim Strach says she was told to finish the report before it was done wrapping up and she says an interview with a key Perdue fundraiser was limited to only 15 minutes on the phone.
Strach says she never interviewed Perdue's then chief of staff, Zach Ambrose and in the report, Strach says, she was only allowed to interview people whose names were given to her by the Perdue committee's lawyer.
According to the report, Executive Director Garry Bartlett and the board's chairman Larry Leake, were making all the decisions.
However, Leake tells ABC11 Eyewitness News that he never prevented Strach from interviewing anyone and says if the report was rushed; it was to get it out to the public.
Meanwhile, all of this isn't sitting well with the five member board's two Republicans.
"It's disturbing," Bill Peasley said. "In reading the report outside of the timeline, it left me with a lot of questions."
Chuck Winfree says he's troubled by several things in the report and is concerned that there are people Strach wanted to interview who she wasn't able to.
Both say they plan to get answers.
The next Board of Elections meeting is scheduled in late August in Ashville.