Monthly Archive: April 2020

Is NC one step closer to stolen elections?

[Updated Apr. 23, 2020 with email image, confirming the Legislative-review law does not apply in this case.] Apr. 21, 2020 (Raleigh, NC) Yesterday, the NC State Board of Elections (NCSBE) hosted a telephonic public comment period over their seemingly innocent expansion of the word emergency, in proposed changes to North Carolina Administrative Code 08 NCAC …

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The New “Crisis” Power Grab

Apr 13, 2020 (Raleigh) Just last week, the entire nation watched as Wisconsin was one SCOTUS vote away from allowing their Governor Toney Evers to legalize statewide ballot harvesting “just this once,” in the name of the Corona Virus, but North Carolina’s Board of Elections thinks they’ve devised a way to avoid Evers’ same mistake. …

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