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Did accused attempted murderer commit vote fraud too?

STORY UPDATED: SPOILER ALERT: The answer is “no,” but it helped the SBOE identify a website-display error in their programming. Updated after SBOE data wizard, Brian Neesby looked into it. The answer is “nope.” The Wake County BOE is not to blame. Mr. Avery-Kennedy had registered on two occasions and this triggers a data merging function …

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Corrupt Alabama Politician Refuses to Resign

Dec 1, 2015 (Dothan AL)–This corruptocrat won by 14 votes and won absentee balloting by a margin of 119 to 5. After the election, several of his campaign staffers were prosecuted for absentee ballot fraud. some confessed and other were found guilty. One of them was convicted of 24 counts of voter fraud. Let’s see… 24 …

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VIP Effort Leads to Vote Fraud Conviction

Nov 24, 2015 — Rutherfordton, NC — The first felon convicted under the VIP’s “FLANC” project, Pasco Parker, yesterday, received the maximum sentence from a “disgusted” Judge Robert Martelle, after Parker admitted to voting in three states during the same November 2012 federal election. “This conviction finally proves that vote fraud is real in North Carolina,” said Jay DeLancy, Director …

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Voter Impersonation Fraud Research Project Begins

Oct 7, 2015 — RALEIGH — With the ink still wet from the last night’s election results, now is the best time to dig up evidence of election fraud and CAZARTS!! It didn’t take us long to find something.  Actually, this oddity happened in Mecklenburg County’s September 8 primary, but today, it triggers a season-long VIP research project into the problem. Imagine …

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NC Voter ID Losing Streak Continues

[Story updated and clarified Oct 7, 2015.] Sep 23, 2015–RALEIGH–North Carolina’s voter ID law took another surprising turn tonight as Superior Court Judge Michael Morgan denied the motion, brought by attorneys representing the state, to throw out the lawsuit against NC voter ID, despite last June’s bi-partisan passage of HB 836, a law that weakened voter ID so effectively that critics had predicted the …

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Here We Go Again!

July 14, 2018 (RALEIGH) — We’re revisiting the past with the current fight for the Voter ID Amendment in this November’s ballot  The Left has recycled their tired themes from events like this 2015 “voting rights” protest rally with their recent (and costly) Color of Change economic boycott campaign against North Carolina. Then and now, they’ve built …

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Appeasement Invites More Bullying — Duh!

Aug 19, 2015 (RALEIGH) – The NC NAACP has signaled the federal courts that they’re almost ready to drop their challenge against NC’s already weakened voter ID law, but not without making more demands of their vanquished foes from the Legislature, by forcing them to sign a consent decree. The move comes just a few weeks …

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Early Christmas for ACORN?

Time to Fight the Legislature’s Bad Bill of the Year While ACORN* no longer operates under that old name in NC, they probably laughed when House Bill 836 gutted voter ID in NC. One of their fans, Rep Micky Michaux, crowed this about HB 836 during the floor debate: “If the Republicans had done this two years ago, I …

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