Monthly Archive: September 2013

The Whole World’s Watching!

(Raleigh, NC)-SEP 30, 2013- “In filing his frivolous lawsuit today against our state, US Attorney General Eric Holder has hit a new low by dredging up North Carolina’s shameful racist past as a pretense to reverse the most effective election-fraud-prevention legislation our state has undertaken in more than a century. Mr. Holder’s colossal blunder today …

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Did Abuse of Same-Day Voting Effect the 2012 Buncombe County Commission Race?

Charlie Summers was dismayed. This Iraqi war veteran woke up the day after his November 2008 election to face the fact that he had lost his Maine District 1 Congressional election, after his (internal polling) lead evaporated late in the race. He explained it to me a few weeks later and mentioned “long lines” of …

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Report Documents Nearly 500 Vote Fraud Cases in NC

(Raleigh, NC)—SEP 4, 2013— Between 2008 and 2012, 475 cases of voter fraud in North Carolina were referred for prosecution, according to a new NC Board of Elections report obtained by the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina (after repeated requests), which undermines claims that voter fraud in North Carolina is insignificant. “This looks like …

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