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Links and show notes to Jay DeLancy’s daily (Mon-Fri) video podcast on election integrity in NC and abroad. (This page is an archive of our video podcasts. You will find our most recent podcasts on the website’s front page. At either page, simply click on the image accompanying each day’s program notes).   Oct 23, …

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High School Ballot Harvesting Boss Gets Promoted

Jan 20, 2022 GREENSBORO — Thanks to this week’s announcement that Guilford County Schools Superintendent Sharon Contreras announced is leaving her job in order to “continue the great work we have done here and expand it to reach even more districts across the state,” we find reason to bring up some unfinished business involving the …

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Caught: NCSBE Suppression of Election Day Observers

Jan 11, 2022 (Updated 1-18-22) RALEIGH — Through a FOIA treasure trove, the Voter Integrity Project has learned how Katelyn Love, the General Counsel at NC State Board of Elections, got caught manipulating NC Republican officials into reducing their allowable election precinct-specific observers from six to two. Love’s veiled directive may have violated a state …

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Propaganda Storm Warning

Dec 13, 2021 Get ready for Georgia-style propaganda in North Carolina’s future . . . especially if the General Assembly Republicans can win enough 2022 seats to regain the veto-proof majority they had from 2013 to 2019. The wave election of 2012 brought North Carolina the state’s first “GOP-controlled” government since the 1898 Wilmington coup, …

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Governor “Green Lights” Zuck Bucks for Future NC Elections

Dec 10, 2021 Cooper Veto of SB 725 Invites Outside Election Funding In response to grants from Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, which targeted mostly key Democrat counties in NC, the Legislature ratified SB 725, a measure that would have prevented such private funding in future elections. . . but Governor Cooper vetoed the bill yesterday, …

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Machines, modems, and madness…

Dec 8, 2021 Voter Integrity Project has discovered a State Board of Election legal opinion, which doubles down on their defiance to legislative requests for the agency to prove that none of the state’s roughly 2,700 election machines contain illegal modems. Brazen Audacity Imagine you’re the father of a 16-year-old son and you decide to …

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Cooper Veto Exposes Feckless Legislature

Dec 3, 2021 To the shock and dismay of nobody, North Carolina’s Democrat Governor, Roy Cooper, yesterday, vetoed Senate Bill 326, called the Election Day Integrity Act, that would have prevented organized ballot harvesting efforts after the results are known. The Democrat strategy of post-election ballot harvesting was widely exposed in 2018 after Bladen County’s …

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Selective Enforcement. . . or Unequal Protection?

Nov 24, 2018 Exactly How Election Officials Play Favorites We begin with two County Commissioner races we’ve investigated in our past. First, in 2012, Democrat County Commission candidate, Ellen Frost, lost her Buncombe election to Christine Merrill by 82 votes. Merrill’s win created the final Republican majority Buncombe County has had to date. But Frost’s …

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Collusive Settlement Drives Faulty On-Line Voting Bill

Nov 22, 2021 While we appreciate our friends who called lawmakers to complain about SB 724, a bill that would allow expand on-line voting opportunities, we regret not having more information before the bill emerged on the calendar. Today’s podcast fixes that issue. . . bigly. Bottom Line, Up-Front: The current bill language gives an …

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Bullet dodged. . . for now!

Protecting Ourselves from Internet Voting Nov 19, 2021 Yesterday, shortly after the House Chamber convened, Speaker of the NC House, Tim Moore, removed SB 724 from the calendar and sent it back to committee, giving patriots time to alert lawmakers on the horrors of bill to institute internet voting in North Carolina. We’re not out …

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NC House Set to Enact On-Line Voting

Story Update: House Speaker Moore, today, pulled SB 724 from the calendar and sent it back to committee. Normally, that’s all it takes to kill a bill, but sounding off to lawmakers is still advised. In the past, traitorous bills like this have been seen to re-emerge at 3:45 AM, the night before they close …

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Review: Woke book exposes our election cartel

Nov 12, 2021 The Vote Collectors, by WBTV investigative journalist, Nick Oschner and Axios writer, Michael Graff, exposes how election officials targeted Republican campaign operative, Leslie “McCrae” Dowless, for a voter fraud “investigation,” after he helped the underdog, Rev. Mark Harris, succeed in two 2018 Congressional elections. Harris and Dowless paid the price for winning …

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New Jersey, Wisconsin, NC and restoring trust in the electoral process

Nov 10, 2021 Today’s podcast follows up on stories we’re tracking from New Jersey and Wisconsin, while tying it back to what concerned citizens can do about the Wisconsin-style nursing home abuse that happens in North Carolina. 1. New Jersey Republican challenger for Governor, Jack Ciattarelli, has loudly said his campaign “is not alleging voter …

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