Monthly Archive: October 2015

Voter Impersonation Fraud Research Project Begins

Oct 7, 2015 — RALEIGH — With the ink still wet from the last night’s election results, now is the best time to dig up evidence of election fraud and CAZARTS!! It didn’t take us long to find something.  Actually, this oddity happened in Mecklenburg County’s September 8 primary, but today, it triggers a season-long VIP research project into the problem. Imagine …

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NC Voter ID Losing Streak Continues

[Story updated and clarified Oct 7, 2015.] Sep 23, 2015–RALEIGH–North Carolina’s voter ID law took another surprising turn tonight as Superior Court Judge Michael Morgan denied the motion, brought by attorneys representing the state, to throw out the lawsuit against NC voter ID, despite last June’s bi-partisan passage of HB 836, a law that weakened voter ID so effectively that critics had predicted the …

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