Category Archive: Legislative Advisories

Return of the Zombie Voters

(Raleigh, NC)–MAY 26, 2014–We didn’t quite run into zombies with “I Voted” stickers in the hallway last week at the Legislature, but we were stunned to learn there is movement afoot to change the law regarding dead voters: If passed, the measure will legalize counting the votes of people who die before Election Day, which …

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Senate Version of Voter ID Bill “Good” but . . .

On July 23, 2013, the North Carolina State Senate took a giant leap toward open and honest elections by salvaging the tragically flawed House Bill 589 (commonly called the “voter ID” bill). Their bold action comes very close to making North Carolina’s voter ID law a model for other states to follow. Far from being …

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On handling non-citizen voters . . .

[Note: This story was originally published in the NC Free Press, July 4, 2013] The Voter Integrity Project of NC and the entire nationwide election integrity movement is far bigger than the single issue of illegal immigration; but once in a while, non-citizen voting becomes a factor. For example, how should the public respond when …

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Is there really vote fraud in NC?

(Raleigh, NC)-APR 23, 2013-Lou Stannard was steaming mad and who could blame him? He had just finished up a gig as a volunteer Election Observer and was furious as he watched voter fraud, over and over, right before his eyes . . . and nobody could do anything about it, without breaking our state’s protective …

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Legislative Advisory on SB 667

The bill to “Equalizing Voter Rights” achieves this purpose by providing consequences for college students wishing to abuse a “right” given them by the US Supreme Court. While this bill will not stop students from registering and voting at their temporary college address, it will hold them accountable for this action as adults. Either the …

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Elaine Marshall (Sec of State) is Working to Stop Voter Photo ID

Below is a message that appears on Elaine Marshall’s campaign website asking visitors to sign a petition against voter photo ID.  She is reciting the mantra of the left, saying that the law is a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist…. Ms. Marshall sounds like she knows something that no one else knows when she writes, “Right …

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NC Voter Photo ID ‘Compromise’ Is a Sham

Republican leaders are determined to pass a voter ID bill this session and they say their resolve is fueled by promises they made to voters during the 2010 election. Unfortunately, these leaders believe that a bad bill is better than no bill and will offer a compromise to HB 351 (Restore Confidence in Government), the voter photo …

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