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Election Board Pushes Observer-Suppression Measure

April 23, 2021 (Raleigh) While concerns over election integrity are growing throughout the nation, North Carolina’s State Board of Elections has lunged in the opposite direction with a proposed agency rule change that effectively reduces public oversight of poll workers while making it even less likely election observers are ever present at the polls. The …

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Modem Discovery Draws SBE Denial

April 19, 2021 (Raleigh) Our report last Tuesday about modem chips being embedded in Michigan’s ES&S DS200 tabulation machines and our linking it to the DS200’s being used in around 80 NC counties, has drawn the ire of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, along with a copy of the response they provided to …

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Surprise Guest Coming to VIP Bootcamp Saturday

Apr 18, 2021 (Waynesville, NC) Voter Integrity Project is proud to announce that Scott Walter, President of Capital Research Center, will address the audience at our Apr 24 Voter Integrity Bootcamp, addressing his organizations investigation into the impact of “Zuck Bucks,” (i.e. Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg’s private infusion of cash) into certain NC jurisdictions during …

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Guilty Democrat Ballot Harvesters Get Feather Convictions

Apr 15, 2021 (Raleigh) Raising serious doubts about the McCrae Dowless prosecution, Hoke County Democrat activists, Wanda Blue and Julia Shaw, indicted for harvesting a combined 21 absentee ballots from Hoke County nursing home patients, quietly accepted a lesser charge but Hoke resident, Hal Nunn, whose mother, a Stage-Four Alzheimer patient, was a victim, today …

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Modems Discovered in NC Election Machines

[Note: The State Board of Elections has responded to this story. We will link to it soon.] Demands for an audit intensify April 13, 2021 (Raleigh) Demands for an audit of the 2020 elections has grown bigger after an April 9 Michigan court filing reported discovering a modem chip embedded in the motherboard of the …

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Voter Integrity Bootcamp Set for WNC

It’s official. in partnership with the Asheville Tea Party, Voter Integrity Project will present their first bootcamp of the 2021 electoral season with our special guest, Hans von Spakovsky, who serves as Manager, of Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative and as Senior Legal Fellow, Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, This event has …

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DOJ Case Against Dowless Continues to Unravel

Mar 31, 2021 (Raleigh) VIP has learned of a quiet March 11 court filing in which Tamika Moses, the Department of Justice Special Prosecutor for Social Security crimes, resigned from government service and handed off her prosecution of McCrae Dowless to some poor little Assistant US Attorney who’s about to add an embarrassing loss to …

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NC Senate Fires First Shot at Election Integrity

Mar 18, 2021 (Raleigh) Today, the NC Senate released Senate Bill 326 the first election integrity reform of the 2021 session that includes enough significant improvements that we’re likely to see a Cooper veto and a protracted override fight. The primary sponsors Senators Warren Daniel, Paul Newton, and Ralph Hise, called their bill, “the Election …

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Resolution Updated to Combat Mail-In Vote Fraud

Raleigh (March 4, 2021) — Note: Two late-breaking investigations have caused Voter Integrity Project to revise the resolution (linked here), proposed in yesterday’s post and the link to the new resolution is at both that page and here. Mississippi Mayhem The first investigation came to a head yesterday, involving a rogue notary public, who now …

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Restoring Trust in the Democratic Process

[Note: The link to a sample resolution, at the bottom of this post, was updated on March 4.] March 3, 2021 (Raleigh) Despite the record amount of absentee voting in 2020 and the NC Attorney General’s public admission that “the bulk of voter fraud is by absentee,” we’re all being told repeatedly that this was, …

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Isn’t that illegal?

Feb 24, 2020 (Raleigh) What-if games are for children, but how many lawsuits would have hit President Trump, had he delayed the Census long enough to overcome SCOTUS objections to returning a citizenship question to their survey? Can we all agree that the Left would have spent millions in court until they could get a …

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Arizona Senate Caves in Ballot Battle

[Update to this story: On Friday, February 26, Maricope Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason upheld the AZ Senate’s position and ordered the County Supervisors to turn all of Maricopa’s 2.1 million ballots over to the Senate’s designated audit team.] Feb 8, 2021 (Phoenix) The party-betraying ghost of John McCain emerged in Arizona yesterday in the …

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