Category Archive: Director’s Blog

Open Letter to Republican Lawmakers (in NC)

May 25, 2017. Dear Sir or Ma’am, By now, I presume y’all have already made up your minds on voter ID and will be rolling out a new version any day now. I’ve been busy and couldn’t get down there as much as I’d like. But, just in case, here are my two cents–based on …

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Authenticate HAVA ID Documents

May 25, 2017 (RALEIGH) — North Carolina’s recently killed voter ID law included a provision that made us crazy. It was called the Reasonable Impediment Determination (RID) and would allow anybody to vote without a photo ID simply by providing an excuse and a HAVA ID, which is an official looking piece of paper with the voter’s …

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Statement on White House Commission on Election Integrity

[Note: This post responds to an executive order, establishing The White House Commission on Election Integrity.] May 11, 2107 (Raleigh) — In order for the White House Commission on Election Integrity to be effective, it must learn how Congress’ two previous election laws have undermined the integrity and public trust of our nation’s electoral system. The Commissioners must …

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Voter Impersonation Fraud Confirmed in NC (But Not Prosecuted).

April 28, 2017 — Tim from New York wrote us today: Dear VoteChecker… What are your thoughts on David Learner not bringing charges against the 67 year old woman in NC who voted on behalf of her mom.  Should charges have been brought? Hi Tim. Thanks for asking. I need to start my answer with …

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Alternate Facts Emerge on TX Women Sentenced to 8 Yrs

Feb 12, 2017 (Raleigh) — Rosa Maria Ortega’s name made national news, Feb 9, when a Tarrant County, TX. jury found her guilty of vote fraud and (according to a CBS News website) the jury also sentenced her to 8 years in prison. While the New York Times report of the trial could well have …

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VIP’s Legislative Goals for 2017

  After more than five years of research on election fraud in North Carolina, we recommend the Legislature enact a series of stand-alone bills to help restore public trust in North Carolina’s electoral process with minimal impediment to voters. Below are a “beta version” of the laws we deem prudent to fight vote fraud while maintaining …

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Let’s Stop the Slow Motion Larceny

Dec 27, 2016 (Raleigh) A headline in today’s (London) Telegraph, announced, “Voters will have to show passports to combat voter fraud in ‘vulnerable’ areas with large Muslim populations,” as they calmly explained the rationale for targeting the areas where non-citizens were most likely to live. They even announced plans to raise the penalties for vote fraud …

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Why the Durham Recount Matters

[Note: VIP interviewed numerous party and election officials, along with eight Chief Judges from Durham County for this report, but the names will be withheld in order to prevent retribution by county and state election staff.] 12-1-2016 RALEIGH — To understand what’s at play in Durham county, we have to understand how the Jim Crow …

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VIP Receives Second Threat in Two Days

  Nov 2, 2016 — Raleigh — The Power of propaganda cannot be underestimated, after MSNBC Hostess, Rachel Maddow, spewed lies and hate speech about VIP’s research into North Carolina’s bloated voter rolls.  We will have time to critique her deceptive segment (aired Nov 1, 2016) at a later date, but for now, we want …

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NAACP Race Baiting of VIP Leads to Threats

11-1-2016 RALEIGH — Desperate to agitate his fund-raising base, the “Reverend” William Barbour played the race card, Monday, in an ugly way by suing the state BOE and selected county election boards, while indirectly attacking the race-blind research techniques of election integrity watchdogs in North Carolina. We will not take these false accusations lying down. Our …

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Election Machines Left Unattended All Night

Oct 25, 2016 (Granville County, NC) — From the News & Observer’s “we hope you wouldn’t notice” department, this blockbuster story from Saturday morning finally found it’s way to print on page A4 of the Tuesday paper: When a voter mistakenly went to an early voting site in Wilton on Saturday, the doors were unlocked and …

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Soros’ Control of Black Box Voting Finally a Concern!

Oct 24, 2016 (Raleigh) — Jo, from Missouri contacted us, asking what voters can do in a state with Soros-controlled voting machines. The most troublesome aspect of those machines is the touch-screen voting capability, in which a voter touches a video screen and trusts the machine to correctly record his/her intentions. Election officials have demonstrated …

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Can College Students Vote Twice?

Oct 2, 2016 (RALEIGH) — It may be a joke, but here’s an interesting question somebody named Nicole C sent us today through our website: From: Nicole C. Hello, I am not a NC voter but I thought you might be able to help me with a question–you were the only place that seemed set up to …

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Mitigating the Hacker Threat

Aug 31, 2016 — RALEIGH — Unless you’ve been off the grid for a while, you’re probably among the millions of Americans, alarmed over recent headlines about possible Russian hacking of American election systems and the Drudgereport headlines, suggesting Homeland Security may take over the electoral system. While both of these stories deserve our concern, …

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The Source of Our Fears: Chicago Gone Nationwide

Aug 29,2016 (RALEIGH) — Unless Supreme Court Justice Roberts suddenly has a miraculous regrowth of a certain part of his anatomy, we’re presuming he will take the path of Leftist adulation and force North Carolina to capitulate in our Legislature’s brave quest to prevent several of the more common types vote fraud. In short, Republicans tried to …

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DeLancy Response to Friday’s 4th Circuit Ruling

July 29, 2016 (Raleigh) — Today’s 4th Circuit decision makes it easier for criminal enterprises to exploit North Carolina’s fraud-friendly election laws. The court scoffed at the heartfelt concern for election integrity; and instead, demanded further proof that vote fraud exists before they will allow preventative laws to survive. To that we say, be careful what you ask for! So, here …

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