Category Archive: News

Federal Judge Nullifies NC’s First Amendment Right

Aug 9, 2018 (Raleigh) Yesterday, a federal court struck down a First Amendment right that gave private citizens the ability to redress election administrators in a very public manner. We were not “a party” to the suit, (NAACP v. “Bipartisan” State Board of Elections Ethics Enforcement), but our actions (pp. 15-16 & 18) were why …

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Have Questions About This “Bulk of Voter Fraud”?

“…the bulk of voter fraud occurs absentee.” We have questions about that unforced admission. . . do you? – Clip from Tuesday’s Constitutional Amendments Publication Commission meeting in Raleigh. Josh Stein (L) is the chief law enforcement official in North Carolina.  

Objections to Sunday Voting…

The NC State Board of Electors is allowing public comments on your county’s early voting plans.  Several counties are quietly pushing for Sunday early voting. There is an action step at the bottom of this post, but here are a few reasons we oppose opening the polls on Sundays: While people claim that early voting increases …

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McClatchy Poll Showed Major Support of NC Voter ID*

June 25, 2018 (Raleigh) — While our Legislature fights over a constitutional amendment on voter ID, now might be a good time to review a 2013 McClatchy poll that the McClatchy-owned News and Observer never saw fit to publish. Every imaginable demographic supported the idea. Most surprisingly, 72% of Democrats, 65% of persons calling themselves …

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Former NC Supreme Court Justice Drinks the Kool Aid

June 14, 2018 (Raleigh) — Too many politicians act is if vote theft is less important than gutlessly preening for the dominant media; and sadly, former NC Supreme Court Justice, Bob Orr, joined that McCainiac Universe with an op-ed published in the Charlotte Observer. Rather than critique Orr’s missive line-by-line, I encourage you to go read it and …

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Let’s all vote on the issue of NC voter ID!

June 5, 2018 (Raleigh)–While the entire nation watched a federal lawsuit against North Carolina’s voter ID law two years ago, nobody much talked about the wolf just outside the federal courtroom’s door and it’s high time the legislature neutered that critter before he hurts somebody. Most scholars and political players agree that the main reason that …

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NC’s Stealth Voting Machine Monopoly

[Update June 5, 2018–SB 486 passed a second and third reading in Monday night’s legislative session. No lawmakers offered to amend the portion of the law addressed in this article. ~ jd] Jun 4, 2018 (Raleigh) — Tonight at the Legislature, North Carolina’s lower chamber will conduct a third vote on an election reform bill …

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VIP Myth Busting After Herres’ Prosecution

May 30, 2018 (Raleigh) — Yesterday, we reported the indictment and prosecution of Hoke’ County fraudulent voter, Roger Adam Herres, and how his slick attorney timed his plea deal. It came the day after the 2016 November election in order to minimize public awareness of this man’s deliberate felony. Today we will take a moment to …

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