Monthly Archive: June 2015

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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Reason Two: The meaning of the word, “or.”

There was a great deal of spinning over this tiny word, but the use of it in this law means there are now three new valid forms of identification in the NC voter ID law. They are any of the following: 1) A (non-photo) document listed in § 163-166.12(a)(2) [explained in a future post, to be entitled …

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Fix836 (Redirecting you to the correct page by clicking link below)

Um . . . this is awkward . . . you’re on this page because somebody gave you the proper URL a tad too fast. There should have been a “-” between the words “fix” and “836,” and you must have typed “fix836,” but it’s all good! You can get to the Voter Integrity Project’s proper “Fix-836” …

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Reason One — “Valid” is Undefined

Note: This is the first in a series of Director’s Blog posts on the fraud-friendly provisions inserted into NC election law during last week’s no-look passage of HB 836, the bill that laid out terms of surrender to the opponents of voter ID in North Carolina. There will several posts like this and we will …

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HB 836 Exact Wording (click image and scroll to page 6)

Intel Response: The Voter ID Compromise

Excuses June 21, 2015 (RALEIGH)–After tapping several legislative sources Friday, we’re convinced the GOP caucus did not “intentionally” gut the voter ID law. Their inexperience in election fraud analysis leads them to believe the new loophole “won’t be a big deal” in our state. We humbly accept their honest intentions, but vigorously reject “hope” as any kind of fraud-mitigation …

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NC Legislature Guts Voter ID Law

Updated (Sunday, June 21) Statement by Jay DeLancy After tapping several legislative sources Friday, we’re convinced the GOP caucus did not “intentionally” gut the voter ID law. Their inexperience in election fraud analysis leads them to believe the new loophole “won’t be a big deal” in our state. We humbly accept their honest intentions, but vigorously reject “hope” as …

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Is HB 328 the “Non-Citizen Voter Protection Act”?!

(Raleigh, NC) June 10, 2015—Another name for HB 328, a bill requiring the DMV to issue driver licenses to illegal immigrants, might be the “Non-Citizen Voter Protection Act,” because of a sneaky little provision [§ 20-37.8A (i)] that expressly bars the DMV from sharing the names of illegal immigrant drivers, “for any purpose other than …

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524 Voter Registration Challenges Prompt Moore County Hearing

(Carthage, NC) June 8, 2015- Responding to a record 524 voter registrations challenged by Pinehurst residents Carol Wheeldon and Dee Park, the Board of Elections will hold a probable cause hearing on 185 cases, here, Tuesday at 9 A.M. “Rather than handing in five hundred at once, we’ve been filing around a hundred challenges each …

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Blueprint’s Minor Raleigh Ruckus

June 4, 2015 (Raleigh) Early last night, the State Board of Elections kicked off their first of nine public hearings on implementation rules for North Carolina’s voter ID law, but it quickly devolved into a coordinated ruckus by “progressive” mobs, lying in wait, perhaps, in more ways than one. To be fair, some speakers did …

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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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