Category Archive: Director’s Blog

Raleigh Civil Rights Event Needs Ground Truth

Update Jan 18, 2018 (Raleigh) Yesterday, we received details on the “US Commission of Civil Rights Public Briefing,” to be held at Raleigh’s Crabtree Marriott, Friday, Feb. 2, and parts of the agenda may worry election integrity advocates. On the bright side, John Fund, our favorite journalist on the the issue of election integrity, will be a …

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Why the Pence Commission Failed and How the Left Blew It

Happy New Year! You’re Fired! That’s the long and short of Vice-President Pence’s Election Integrity Commission. The so-called “Progressive” side of our nation immediately spiked the football to celebrate how their lawfare euthanized the already doomed election integrity commission. The Left’s standard tactic–to destroy anybody who challenges their vote fraud denials–seems to have worked again… or not. Why …

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Hot Mess in Hot ‘Lanta’s Mayoral Election

Anonymous donor offers “up to $25,000” for evidence of illegal votes in the Dec 5 Mayoral Election Dec 19, 2017 (Raleigh) — We keep getting updates from the other election held December 5: Atlanta’s mayoral contest where the term limited incumbent Mayor, Kasim Reed, lent what appears to be a see-no-evil election machine to his …

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Stop Andrew Murray!

This Man Should NOT Be Confirmed for US Attorney Sep 27, 2017 Raleigh — Given the track record of Mecklenburg County, District Attorney, Andrew Murray, a public servant who declined to prosecute two of the Voter Integrity Project’s fully vetted criminal referrals for interstate double voting, it sickened us to learn of his nomination for …

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DeLancy Statement to the Pence Commission

Sept 12, 2017 RALEIGH — Today, Vice-President Pence’s Election Integrity Commission convenes in New Hampshire to accept public comments. While VIP constituents were unable to attend the hearing, a Commissioner urged us to submit written statements. The following is the message Jay DeLancy sent to that Commissioner: In early 2012, I joined forces with a quality …

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Why is NCGOP Protecting Non-Citizen Voters?

Aug 27, 2017 (RALEIGH) While finishing my paper for this week’s presentation in San Francisco, at the national convention of the American Political Science Association, I came across the news that one particular Florida Supervisor of Elections is already doing what North Carolina’s state Senate seems hesitant to require our election officials to do: Get non-citizen …

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More Mischief in Durham as Election Official is Indicted

Aug 21, 2017 DURHAM, NC — According to the State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement press release, their investigation… …determined that [Durham County election official, Richard Robert] Rawling ran or ordered subordinates to run provisional ballots through tabulators more than once and made manual changes to the ballot count so the results of the provisional canvass …

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SBOE Takes Shot at Election Observers

July 28, 2017 Raleigh — North Carolina’s State Board of Election is attempting to roll back the rights of election observers to a pre-2010 era  that will enable election officials to eject poll observers with little or no justification, but they will accept public comment through either email (at elections.sboe@ncsbe.gov), an on-line portal, or in-person speeches, noon …

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