Monthly Archive: May 2016

UPDATE: Wake County Election Employee WILL NOT Face Felony Voter Suppression Charges

[UPDATE: The NC State Board of Elections investigated our complaint on this matter and opted not to prosecute Ms. Torrey. An attachment of this determination letter is attached here.] May 30, 2016 (Raleigh) — Stunning film evidence, gathered last Thursday, of a Wake County election official misleading an Unaffiliated voter on his available choice of ballots could …

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VIP Files Voter Suppression Incident Report to SBoE

May 27, 2016 (Raleigh) — Following up yesterday’s announcement of voter suppression by a Wake County BOE poll worker, Jay DeLancy, Director of Voter Integrity Project, filed an official incident report to the State Board of Elections, which will open an inquiry on the matter. “By mid day today, we were convinced that the individual …

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Wake County BOE Suppresses Voters on Video

Our Worst Fears Confirmed [Note: This page was modified Sunday, May 29, 2016 from Its original post on May 26. It had been originally written as an  “official request for investigation” by the SBoE, but that portion has been moved to another page, with a PDF of the form submitted late Friday You may see the actual …

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New Evidence Emerges in Non-Citizen Voting Case

May 25, 2016 (Raleigh) — The Voter Integrity Project, today, has found new evidence, unknown before the dismissal of the case against Moore County resident, Damien Omar Sullivan, a Jamaican citizen who admitted to illegally voting twice in NC. It could lead to the prosecution of certain DMV employees. We learned from a record request to Glenda Clendenin, Moore County’s BOE …

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How a Jamaican citizen got away with voting in NC

May 24, 2016 (Carthage, NC)–Damien Omar Sullivan was a Jamaican citizen in 2005, when he registered to vote in Aberdeen, NC and then voted in 2008’s primary and general elections; but according to court records of his Feb, 2016 bench trial, the charges were dismissed. The surprising dismissal came, in part, because a DMV employee had been the …

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Why Did DMV Illegally Register Non-Citizen Voters?

May 23, 2016 (Raleigh) –While some would rather see their dentist than wait in line at Division of Motor Vehicles, most 16-year-old driver wannabees see the DMV differently. But a third perspective might involve non-US citizens, and a Moore County court case shows the peril they can face while at DMV. According to court documents obtained by VIP, in 2005, a Jamaican national, …

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Moore Challenges Prompt 50 Removals, 4 Updates

May 19, 2016 (Carthage, NC) — Moore County’s Voter Integrity Project Co-Leaders, Dee Park and Carol Wheeldon successfully ushered 67 voter registration challenges through the preliminary hearing phase, yesterday in Carthage, with an additional 50 being removed and 4 being updated, all as a result of their having filed the challenges.”    “We’re happy the Board of …

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Oops! Voter Fraud Ring Confirmed in Robeson County

Go back to sleep . . . It’s only a story about high school athletics . . . Nothing to see . . . Move along. The Greensboro News & Record ran with this blaring headline late last night: Mebane couple jailed after allegedly presenting fraudulent documents for student athlete’s admission WTVD’s headline also chased the …

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Protected: Cumberland County’s BOE Blunder

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VIP’s Mike Hyers Scores Another 1,023 Voter Challenges

May 9, 2016 (Raleigh) — In case you missed the Fayetteville Observer story on this, Voter Integrity Project lead researcher and Fayetteville resident, Mike Hyers, challenged 1,023 Cumberland County voters who no longer live at the address from which they are registered to vote. One had been on the rolls, even after she got married, assumed her husband’s last name …

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