Monthly Archive: March 2017

2017 VIP Legislative Issues Move Forward

March 19, 2017 — (Fayetteville, NC) The Voter Integrity Project’s 2017 legislative agenda took a major leap forward, yesterday, when the Cumberland County Republican Convention adopted a resolution supporting all ten of VIP’s election integrity measures. Their action came after State Representative (Vice-Chair of the House Elections and Ethics Law Committee), John Szoka (and a member …

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VIP Lawsuit Against Wake BOE Advances

Feb 21, 2017 (Raleigh) —  Senior U.S. District Judge W. Earl Britt ruled in favor of the plaintiff, Voter Integrity Project NC, denying motions to dismiss its case brought against the Wake County Board of Elections over allegations that voter rolls were not being properly maintained and disclosed on February 21. “The court’s ruling was …

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