Monthly Archive: July 2016

DeLancy Response to Friday’s 4th Circuit Ruling

July 29, 2016 (Raleigh) — Today’s 4th Circuit decision makes it easier for criminal enterprises to exploit North Carolina’s fraud-friendly election laws. The court scoffed at the heartfelt concern for election integrity; and instead, demanded further proof that vote fraud exists before they will allow preventative laws to survive. To that we say, be careful what you ask for! So, here …

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Voter Integrity Project Sues Wake BOE in Federal Court

(RALEIGH) — July 18, 2016. Today, the Voter Integrity Project, filed a federal lawsuit, against the Wake County Board of Elections alleging their office failed to properly maintain the voter rolls, by not using all available government records to keep their voter rolls clear of non-US citizens. “We’ve been trying to learn why 104 percent …

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Vote Fraud Finally Allowed a Seat at the Table!

The news wonks call this an “evergreen story,” that might be replayed just before November’s elections, but two local Sinclair Broadcast Group stations aired a show in early July about North Carolina’s voter ID law that had three segments, lasting 7 minutes each. First, was Kim Strach, Executive Director of NC State BOE; second was Bob Hall, …

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Cumberland’s Hyers Marching Through the Voter Rolls

1,551 2,545 Former Cumberland Residents Now Protected from Voter ID Theft, Thanks to One Man July 15, 2016 (FAYETTEVILLE, NC) – The Cumberland County Board of Elections sustained 994 challenges brought forward by Fayetteville resident, Mike Hyers, based on his research proving the voters no longer live at the address listed on their registrations, which brings his total …

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