Category Archive: Legislative Advisories

Fix-836 (How to repair NC’s fraud-friendly election laws)

The purpose of this page is to empower those who want to prevent electoral abuses made possible by House Bill (HB) 836. The bill, now state law, opened new doors to enterprise-level vote fraud in three major ways: 1.This law will allow anybody to avoid showing a photo ID simply by claiming a “reasonable impediment” to obtaining one. 2. This …

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Reason four — The false assurance of a sworn affidavit

The illusion of honest elections . . . . A young 30-ish white male walks into an early voting location and says he lost his wallet, has no photo ID, and wants to vote. He has to sign a sworn affidavit, stating his identity and his alibi, but it doesn’t matter. He’s using a fake name–a voter who moved away long ago. …

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Reason Three: HAVA ID . . . Again?!

  Jun 29, 2015 (Raleigh) — They’re baaaaack. The most popular form of fake ID used in modern vote fraud, called the “HAVA ID,” was almost completely eliminated when North Carolina’s reform-minded legislature passed a comprehensive set of reforms in 2013 (HB 589), but last week’s HB 836, brought those critters back in a big way. …

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Proposed Changes to Photo ID Administrative Code

For those hoping to minimize vote fraud, we respectfully submit these broad concepts and more refined suggested talking points on the proposed State Board of Elections changes to NC Administrative Code (NCAC) currently being discussed in public hearings across the state.    Eliminate vague language. 08 NCAC 17 .0102. (f). Lines 90-91 It’s a lopsided idea to construe …

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Fixing HB 100 to Help Find Non-Citizen Voters

What went wrong with HB 100? This bill started out to help concerned patriots identify non-US citizens on NC’s voter rolls… but the House amended it to have the opposite effect! As now written, it will actually prevent the public from ever finding non-US citizens on the voter rolls. This blog entry will explain the “inside …

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Tiny Tweak to NC Election Law Has Major Implications

Feb 25, 2015 (RALEIGH) — Yesterday’s surprise snowstorm in most of North Carolina will seem like a minor inconvenience when the storm erupts in some dark places after certain parties learn about a minor one-page bill, filed by Representative Michael Speciale, late that afternoon. The simple measure will apply the same anti-partisanship staffing rules at early (or “one-stop”) voting locations as the …

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Legislative Advisory #1 — Kill the Curbside Loophole

Feb 10, 2015 (PINEHURST) The Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina called for the emergency repeal of a “loophole” in last year’s voter ID law; this, in the group’s first of of five election law reform initiatives they’re proposing during the 2015-2016 NC General Assembly. The document, called a “Legislative Advisory,” can be viewed by clicking …

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VIP Legislative Goals for 2014 “Short Session”

The Voter Integrity Project of NC has certain areas of North Carolina’s election law that need adjustments. A few of the areas we would like to see addressed during the 2014 “short session” are explained here. Please continue reading to see.

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