Monthly Archive: June 2017

Who’s Running Election Integrity Commission?!

June 29, 2013 (RALEIGH) — Either Co-Chairmen, Kris Kobach and Vice-President Pence are trying to pull one over on the President and the American people, or they are not really in charge of the Election Integrity Commission or they don’t know what they’re doing. That is my assessment of the hat-in-hand data requests made by that …

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Two Wayne County Phantom Voters Challenged

June 27, 2017 (Goldsboro, NC) — Today, the Wayne County Board of Election officially agreed to move forward with a challenge hearing on two Wayne County residents, whom the Voter Integrity Project alleges, illegally voted from an address at which they did not reside. “This all started last December, when a Facebook friend forwarded a photo …

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Settlement Reached in Wake BOE Voter Roll Cleanup Lawsuit

(RALEIGH, NC.) – June 27, 2017: The Voter Integrity Project is pleased to announce that we’ve reached a settlement agreement for a federal lawsuit to clean voter rolls in Wake County (Voter Integrity Project NC v. Wake County BOE). After nearly a year of litigation, the Wake County Board of Elections (WCBOE) voted on June …

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SBOE Moves to Restrict Observer Access to Polls

June 26, 2017 (Raleigh) — While Representatives Speciale, Boswell, Clampitt and Cleveland sponsored HB 697, a law that would grant specified rights to election observers, the State Board of Elections is quietly moving in the other direction, by pushing administrative code to make it easier for precinct Judges to throw observers out of the polls. …

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Wheeldon and Park Receive VIP Awards

June 21, 2017 (Moore County, NC) — The Voter Integrity Project recently presented the organization’s highest honor, “The Eternal Vigilance Award,” to Pinehurst residents, Carol Wheeldon and Dee Park, “in recognition of [their] personal sacrifice for the cause of honest elections,” at a Moore County Tea Citizens meeting. “There is a great deal of public scrutiny …

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