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Group Accuses Wake County Board of Condoning Voter Fraud

  UPDATE: OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT FROM CHALLENGE HEARING AUG. 21, 2012 RALEIGH, NC—Today at 9 AM, at the Wake County Public Safety Center, the Wake County Board of Elections staged a hearing to consider removing 18 registered voters from the rolls who had proven to two government agencies that they were not US citizens. “The Board …

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VIP NC Non-Citizen Voters Hearing Set for 9 AM Tuesday in Wake County

Event Summary: 8:30 AM, Tuesday, August 21, in front of Wake County Public Safety Center  Optics: A media avail by the VIP-NC Director, followed by “quasi-judicial” hearing to be conducted at 9:00 in room C170 of the Public Safety Center, 330 S. Salisbury St., Raleigh, NC.  RALEIGH, NC–Today at 9 AM, at the Wake County …

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77 deceased remain on voter rolls – Daily Herald in Lake Gaston

From the Daily Herald in the Roanoke Valley and Lake Gaston area: A group aiming to ensure fair elections paid a visit to Halifax County to clean up the voter registration rolls Tuesday morning. At 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jay DeLancy, of Raleigh, executive director of the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina, and Richard Scott, …

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Alamance Group Prompts Election Board to Remove Deceased Citizens from Voter Rolls

Voter Integrity Project of NC (VIP-NC) offered high praise Tuesday for the Alamance County Board of Elections, which sustained all 123 challenges against deceased citizens who the group found were still on the voter rolls. “Kathy Holland’s team worked tirelessly to investigate our claims,” said Mike Kelley, the local resident responsible for the challenges, “and …

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VIP NC Challenges Hundreds of Dead Voters in Wake County

NC Group Pushes Voter Roll Review Following Florida Federal Court Ruling

(Raleigh, NC)–Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina requested today that the NC Board of Elections immediately review its voter rolls after a federal judge ruled against the Obama Administration to allow Florida officials access to a Homeland Security database tracking non-US citizens living in their state. “We learned in a Wake County hearing that the …

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Minnesota’s Election Day voter registration challenged in court

While a constitutional amendment to require voters to show photo identification at the polls has dominated headlines these days, a separate court case challenging Minnesota’s same-day voter registration rules was heard in federal court Friday. In their lawsuit, the Minnesota Voters Alliance, the Minnesota Freedom Council and others argue that the state should determine whether …

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Dogs, dead people get election docs from nonprofit

The voter registration form arrived in the mail last month with some key information already filled in: Rosie Charlston’s name was complete, as was her Seattle address. Problem is, Rosie was a black lab who died in 1998. A group called the Voter Participation Center has touted the distribution of some 5 million registration forms …

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