Category Archive: News

When Can We Kill Touch-Screen Voting Machines?

Aug 6, 2019 (Raleigh) A measure we deeply oppose, House Bill 851, sponsored by Rep Julia Howard (R-Davie, Rowan) cleared a key milestone July 10, when the House Committee on Elections and Ethics Law approved the idea of delaying the decertification of DRE (or Direct Recording Equipment) voting machines that were first slated for banishment in …

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An Open Letter to Indiana’s Secretary of State

[Note: A few minutes ago, we sent an email to Indiana’s Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, over some concerns we have in the Hoosier State. Given the time-critical nature of this matter, we are taking the extraordinary measure of cc-copying our email to this website and vow to update this page with her agency’s response. …

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The Sum of All Our Fears

July 31, 2019 (Raleigh) In response to some reported legislative skepticism over our sense of urgency behind our warnings to fix the Floyd Amendment, we’ve been asked to elaborate on why it’s important to require non-ID voters to provide some form of government-issued personally-identifying information (called P-I-I), such as either a DMV-issued ID card/driver license …

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Indy Update

July 30, 2019 (Indianapolis) Today’s Marion County Election Board appeals hearing over the protest filed by their city’s Independent Mayoral Candidate/Non-candidate, John Schmitz, did not end well for the candidate, who had sought approval of 1,115 petition signatures the Board had previously rejected over a technicality in Indiana state law. “We were glad Board admitted …

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Non-Citizen Voters Should Fear SB 250 . . .

. . . and THAT’s why we support it! July 26, 2019 (Raleigh) Thanks to adroit maneuvering by Representative George Cleveland and Senators Joyce Krawiec, Jim Burgin, and Norman Sanderson, the Legislature may soon approve Senate Bill 250, a law to help election officials detect, remove, and prosecute non-citizen voters . . . but once again, the …

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Trouble Brewing for Both Political Parties in Indianapolis’ Mayoral Race

July 23, 2019, Indianapolis — The Mayoral race in this “blue-dot city” in “deep red” Indiana is getting shaken up by a masonry contractor, vying as an Independent candidate against both major parties, but the bi-partisan Marion County Election Board has found ways to derail his effort. The candidate, John Schmitz told @VoteChecker that he …

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Penalty Problems Emerge in SB 683

July 17, 2019 (Raleigh) In response to last week’s report on how the Floyd Amendment facilitates ballot harvesting in North Carolina, Lee County Republican Party Chairman, Jim Womack, sent further analysis into the underlying legislation, Senate Bill 683, and highlighted another major design flaw involving NC’s sadly low penalties for voter fraud. Overall, that section of …

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Fix the Floyd Amendment

July 11, 2019 (Raleigh) – Despite the stellar efforts the NC House and Senate have made in preventing (criminal?) enterprise-level absentee ballot voter fraud, they still need to fix one provision snuck into 2018’s voter ID law that will make California-style absentee ballot chaos the new normal in North Carolina.  The perpetrator, Rep. Elmer Floyd, snuck in …

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