Monthly Archive: November 2020

Forsyth double voting raises serious concerns

Nov 24, 2020 (Raleigh) Today’s Winston-Salem Journal article, “Ballot re-check finds double votes and wrongfully rejected ballots in Forsyth County,” by Wes Young, raises major concerns about how much of a certain type of voter fraud occurred for this election. Quoting Young’s article… “after election officials discovered 11 cases of voters voting twice” “Tim Tsujii, …

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Nearly 400 Unverified Voters Make Bladen’s Recount a Hoax

Nov 21, 2020 Elizabethtown, NC — Today’s Bladen County recount was conducted despite Voter Integrity Project analysis revealing that as of 7:30 today, Bladen County Board of Elections data reports 392 Same-Day-Registration (SDR) voters as not yet verified, meaning they have no idea if the registrations are legitimate or not. Of those, only four were …

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Did your absentee vote count?

Nov 6, 2020 (Raleigh) As a public service to voters who are worried about their vote being counted, we have good news and bad news. First, the good news… If you voted either by mail or during early voting, state law considers your vote to be an “absentee” ballot and that’s a good thing, because …

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NCSBE Releases Outstanding Absentee Ballot Data

Nov 1, 2020 (Raleigh) The NC State Board of Elections launched a website last week that will be a repository for reports related to “outstanding” absentee ballots, meaning absentee ballots that were requested but not returned or otherwise cancelled after the voter may have decided to show up at an absentee one-stop location during early …

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