Monthly Archive: October 2019

SB 250 Clears Legislature; Heads to Cooper’s Veto Pen

Oct 30, 2019 (Raleigh) Senate Bill 250, a measure that would force the NC Courts to tell election officials whenever people are disqualified (or excused) from jury duty because of their non-citizen status, cleared a major hurdle today by a 29 to 21 Senate vote. It now heads to a Governor . . . whose …

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Turing the Tables on Judicial Gerrymandering

Nov 8, 2019 (Raleigh) Voter Integrity Project has learned of a “Bill Summary,” the Legislative Bill Drafting section released Thursday, Oct 24, suggesting renewed interest in the quietly stalled House Bill 140, a bipartisan measure to take redistricting authority away from the Legislative branch of state government and surrender it to the Judiciary, under the …

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SBOE admits to having no program to remove non-citizen voters

Oct 9, 2019 (Raleigh) Critics of a hotly debated Senate Bill (SB250) in the state’s legislature, we deemed it appropriate to remind the public of an October 25, 2018, Wake Forest Weekly article in which State Board of Elections’ spokesman, Patrick Gannon, freely admitted his agency has inadequate voter lists maintenance programs. “We do not have …

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