Monthly Archive: August 2019

Second Robeson Board Member Resigns

Are the Inmates Running the Asylum? Aug 30, 2019 (Lumberton, NC) — Amid rampant reports of illegal electioneering and voter impersonation in Robeson County today, the Voter Integrity Project has learned that a second Robeson County BOE member, Karen Nance, a Democrat, has forwarded her resignation to the State Board of Elections. Nance’s email, sent to General …

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VIP Blitzes Same-Day Registration Issues in Special Election

SDR . . . Flawed By Design Aug 28, 2019 (Fayetteville) Voter Integrity Project Lead Analyst, Jerry Reinoehl, today released the first batch of letters directed at all Same-Day Registration (SDR) voters in North Carolina’s 3rd, 9th, and 12th Congressional Districts as part of a research blitz that will help determine the extent of fraud …

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Super Voters Emerge in Robeson County

[Correction: NC’s upcoming special elections are Sept 10 and not Sept 6 as previously reported.] Aug 25, 2019 (Fayetteville, NC) As the September 10 do-over Congressional election rapidly approaches, Voter Integrity Project has discovered evidence of a registration drive at Pembroke State University that targets super voters and points to an election strategy that will …

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Non-Citizen Voter-Detection Bill Faces Major Hurdle Today

Aug 20, 2019 (Raleigh) — Today, the North Carolina State Legislature’s House Rules Committee will take up SB 250, short titled, “Records of Excusals for Jury Duty,” which will require Clerks of Court to share jury excusal and disqualification information with election officials when the jurors’ status would impact their qualification to vote. “We’ve documented …

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Ugly Facts About Electronic Voting Machines

Aug 13, 2019 (Raleigh) – In a sadly downplayed off-site event today, around a dozen NC lawmakers participated in an eye-opening discussion, led by Dr. Duncan Buell, Chairman of the University of South Carolina Department of Computer Science and Engineering, whose bottom-line purpose of the visit was to advocate for electoral transparency as a means …

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When Can We Kill Touch-Screen Voting Machines?

Aug 6, 2019 (Raleigh) A measure we deeply oppose, House Bill 851, sponsored by Rep Julia Howard (R-Davie, Rowan) cleared a key milestone July 10, when the House Committee on Elections and Ethics Law approved the idea of delaying the decertification of DRE (or Direct Recording Equipment) voting machines that were first slated for banishment in …

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An Open Letter to Indiana’s Secretary of State

[Note: A few minutes ago, we sent an email to Indiana’s Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, over some concerns we have in the Hoosier State. Given the time-critical nature of this matter, we are taking the extraordinary measure of cc-copying our email to this website and vow to update this page with her agency’s response. …

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The Sum of All Our Fears

July 31, 2019 (Raleigh) In response to some reported legislative skepticism over our sense of urgency behind our warnings to fix the Floyd Amendment, we’ve been asked to elaborate on why it’s important to require non-ID voters to provide some form of government-issued personally-identifying information (called P-I-I), such as either a DMV-issued ID card/driver license …

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