More Than 20,000 NC Voters Have Fake Registration Addresses

Raleigh, NC)— APR 16, 2014—The Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina, today, submitted data to the NC State Board of Elections that show 20,532 NC voters were registered at street addresses that do not exist and 13,027 (or 63.4%) of them listed a post office box as their alternative mailing address.

“We are amazed that counties allow people to vote with a non-existent registration address,” said Jay DeLancy, “and wonder how election officials can correctly assign these voters to a precinct when they give a PO Box as their secondary address.”

Last week, the group posted email from Buncombe County Emergency services and from a US Postal Service representative, confirming that zero addresses do not exist.

“Any mailing with a zero as a street number will be returned to sender as an insufficient address,” according to an email message VIP-NC received from a Post Office employee in Buncombe County and confirmed separately by a postal official at the USPS central call center (who refused to give her name).

“The single factor in issuing correct ballots to voters is where they lay their head at night,” said DeLancy, “but when a voter lists a non-existent residential address, we get worried; and when they list a PO Box as their secondary address, we get angry that county election officials are tolerating such sloppy list maintenance.”

VIP-NC released a list of the top 15 counties with the most registrations from zero-address voters. The data, from December 2013, was confirmed in April 2014, but April’s data excluded 12 counties due to problems with the NC BoE website. The partial April figures confirmed overall trends with 65% listing a PO Box as a secondary address and a minor amount of voters removed who died or moved away. They’re still researching the number who voted, but 14,998 (73%) of the December voters had their status listed as “active.”

“We want these fictional registration addresses to be investigated and explained to the public,” DeLancy said. “Holes in the system like this make us wonder if certain election offices can even do their jobs.”



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ATP Crushes Buncombe BOE 95-0

[Note: During this past week's Buncombe BOE battles, yours truly (Jay) went "gonzo" and become part of the news story that earned coverage on WLOS (local Asheville TV station), Pete Kaliner, and even USA Today. So rather than rehash that story, I'll give some links to other media and go behind the scenes in the "Director's Blog" section of this site.]

The mountain miracle is that 95 voters in Buncombe no longer need worry that somebody will steal their identity at the polls and cast a vote in their name. The bad news is that more than 600,000 other so-called “inactive” voters are still on the rolls.

Here are the media links:

1) This ABC News 13 noon story featured a live “teaser” at the top of the newscast, but our recording was cut short due to technical difficulties.


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Buncombe BOE Allows False Registration Addresses for 342 Voters

(Asheville, NC)

In what they call an “invitation for another chaotic election,” the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina, today asked Buncombe County election officials to curtail the practice of registering voters from addresses that don’t exist.

“It’s baffling that anybody can vote with a false registration address,” said Jay DeLancy, “but that looks like the policy of the Buncombe County Board of Elections.  We found 342 voters registered to false address, 77 of them to the fictional address called Zero Tunnel Road.”

There is no such address as Zero Tunnel Road. The group provided email from Buncombe County Emergency services and from a US Postal Service representative, confirming the Tunnel Road address is inadequate.

“I understand you are looking for an address of 0 TUNNEL RD ASHEVILLE NC 28805 or ZERO TUNNEL RD ASHEVILLE BC 28805.  No such address exists within our e911 database,” according to an email message VIP-NC received from Stuart Rohrbaugh, The Emergency Address Coordinator for the City of Asheville’s Development Services Department.





   If there were

       a Zero Tunnel Road, 

             this would be it!




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NEWS FLASH! NC SBOE Issues Do-Not-Destroy Order to 100 County Boards.

APR 9, 2014–Raleigh, NC–North Carolina State Board of Elections Director Kim Strach issued an emergency directive Tuesday ordering all 100 NC County Boards to retain the signed voting records generated during the 2012 general election.  Such records will be essential to the investigation of each of the thousands of cases of suspected double-voting reported by the Interstate Voter Registration Cross-Check program.  Strach presented Cross-Check findings to the NC Elections Oversight Committee last week in Raleigh.

“We’re deeply appreciative that the State Board heard our plea for them to prevent the destruction of such vital evidence,” said Jay DeLancy, Executive Director of the Voter Integrity Project, (VIP-NC).  “The law allows for destruction of election records 22 months after a Federal election and this investigation could easily last past September 2014.”   Read the rest of this entry »


VIP-NC Reports 147 Suspected of “Double Voting” in FL and NC Officials

(Raleigh, NC)— APR 8, 2014—The Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina, today released the results of their year-long research effort that found 5,167 people who appeared to be registered to vote in both Florida and NC, and 147 people who “were involved” in voter fraud. They gave the information to election officials in both Florida and North Carolina, in addition to a member of the NC Senate committee responsible of election law. All of the voters had a matching first name, last name and date of birth.

“For starters, we’re not accusing anybody of committing vote fraud,” said Jay DeLancy, Executive Director of VIP-NC, “but our evidence suggests that all 147 of these voters were either a victim or a perpetrator of vote fraud. We had an additional 283 voters who looked highly suspicious, but without things like Social Security or driver license numbers, we could only offer the evidence to the state for further analysis.” Read the rest of this entry »


Double-Voting – Just One Tip of One Iceberg!

Vote Fraud Nay-Sayers sure have been rather quiet these past few days here in lovely North Carolina! Perhaps because of the astounding revelation by the NC State Board of Elections last week?

The North Carolina State Board of Elections testified April 2, 2014, that hundreds, and possibly thousands of cases of double-voting were found via the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program.

The Cross-Check program identified 35,750 NC voters, whose first and last names and date of birth match, that voted in 2 or more states in the same 2012 general election.

The program also found 765 NC voters whose names, DOB, and last 4 digits of their social security numbers match, that also voted in 2 or more states in the 2012 general election.

cross-check map 2014

To date, only 28 states participate in the Cross-Check Program, accounting for about 40% of the voting population! Some of the most populous states; California, New York, and New Jersey are among the 22 who, for whatever reason, have not joined this consortium yet.


The numbers for fraud and suspected fraud would be dramatically higher if all 50 states were to participate!

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