Category Archive: News

Response to Wake Forest University Student Newspaper

(Raleigh, NC)—MAY 1, 2013— Besides voter ID, there is probably no election reform bill in the 2013 Legislature that poses a greater existential threat to Progressives than SB 667: a bill that would make college students vote like . . . well . . . adults; but it’s only hanging by a thread thanks to …

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VIP-NC Response to Passage of HB 589 (“Voter ID” legislation)

The only excuse that Thom Tillis’ indirectly gave us about his stunningly weak “voter ID” law is that Eric Holder was making him do it. We hope the voters will keep that in mind if they should ever see Thom’s name on a ballot again. . . . Now, the battle moves on to the …

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Witnesses of voter-impersonation fraud in NC?

(Raleigh, NC)-APR 23, 2013-Lou Stannard was steaming mad and who could blame him? He had just finished up a gig as a volunteer Election Observer and was furious as he watched voter fraud, over and over, right before his eyes . . . and nobody could do anything about it, without breaking our state’s protective …

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How YOU can stop voter fraud in NC . . . today!

North Carolina’s future looks bleak unless we stand up against those trying to manipulate election law for their own personal gain. If you’ve found this page, we shouldn’t need me to review how it all happened.You are here for action and we need swarming fire ants who will make the Legislature honestly and openly investigate …

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Interstate voter roll sharing will reduce one type of election fraud.

(Raleigh, NC)—APR 22, 2013—A little over a month ago, the Voter Integrity Project of NC made national news for disclosing the results of their investigation in cooperation with both the Florida Secretary of State’s office and the NC State Board of Elections. The effort resulted in the NC SBOE agreeing to refer five NC voters …

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Tell me they are kidding!

The Republican-controlled NC Legislature, today, moved one step closer to a voter ID law that will guarantee systematic election fraud for generations to come.

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Statement on possible errors

RALEIGH, NC–4:55 PM, Friday, April 12, 2013. Late this afternoon, we learned that some of our findings, revealed at the April 10 public Legislative hearing, may be inaccurate; so we plan to issue a full report after completing an audit. While we regret this human error and apologize for any embarrassment it may have caused …

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Special message to those who sacrificed their efforts yesterday:

What an historic day! April 10, 2013 is the day the truth finally escaped media suppression in the entire debate over voter ID. Our elected “leaders” can now stop pretending that election fraud is some sort of anomaly. Yesterday’s testimonies have served to “out” the Chicago tactics that are alive and well in North Carolina. …

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