Monthly Archive: July 2019

Penalty Problems Emerge in SB 683

July 17, 2019 (Raleigh) In response to last week’s report on how the Floyd Amendment facilitates ballot harvesting in North Carolina, Lee County Republican Party Chairman, Jim Womack, sent further analysis into the underlying legislation, Senate Bill 683, and highlighted another major design flaw involving NC’s sadly low penalties for voter fraud. Overall, that section of …

Continue reading »

Fix the Floyd Amendment

July 11, 2019 (Raleigh) – Despite the stellar efforts the NC House and Senate have made in preventing (criminal?) enterprise-level absentee ballot voter fraud, they still need to fix one provision snuck into 2018’s voter ID law that will make California-style absentee ballot chaos the new normal in North Carolina.  The perpetrator, Rep. Elmer Floyd, snuck in …

Continue reading »