Monthly Archive: March 2020

Pushing Panic Reforms

March 26, 2020 (Raleigh) Never letting a crisis go to waste, NC State Board of Elections Director, Brisson Bell, today issued a panic-driven wish list of measures that, if adopted, would set the table for a California-style election and ensure the most corrupt side would win every future contest throughout North Carolina. While the State …

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VIP Jumps Into the Fight

VIP-NC SEEKS INTERVENTION ROLE IN NC ELECTION OBSERVER LAWSUIT State Attorneys Ignore Arguments Against At-Large Observer Rights (RALEIGH, NC.) – March 26, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a motion to intervene on behalf of the Voter Integrity Project NC to defend North Carolina against attacks to their recent voter integrity law that …

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In the name of “crisis” . . .

March 16, 2020 (Raleigh) earlier today, the NC State Board of Elections Executive Director, Brisson Bell, issued a proposed amendment to her agency’s governing emergency powers code (08 NCAC 01.0106) to accommodate the national emergency triggered by COVID-19 pandemic. While this action is no cause for panic, it raises concerns about how much further the …

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Mayhem in Mayberry?

Mar 11, 2020 (Dobson, NC) The State Board of Elections (SBOE) carried out a county-wide recount yesterday in Surry County in order to remove any doubts about a “coding error” that prevented their ES&S DS 200 scanners from reading the results in five Mt. Airy precincts. After spending much of yesterday observing the flawless recount …

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Couple Z: The Voters Who “Rarely” Cheat

March 5, 2020 (Raleigh) What are the odds that a lowly poll greeter, working a three-hour shift on two separate days and at two different voting locations would notice the same couple going in to vote? It would be easy to shoot holes in her story since she didn’t actually watch them vote. But why …

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