Category Archive: News

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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Who is Jens Lutz?

[Note: This is a companion to a shorter report on the recorded phone call mentioned toward the bottom of this story.] June 26, 2019 (Raleigh) In our ongoing investigation into who was truly pulling the strings in the recent State Board of Elections “investigation” of elected Congressman Mark Harris and Bladen County GOTV specialist, McCrae …

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Non-Citizen Voters Move One Step Closer to Detection

June 25, 2019 (Raleigh) Senate Bill 250, called “Records of Excusals for Jury Duty,” would require Clerks of Courts to share certain jury-disqualification and jury-excusal information with election officials, but first must face a House Judiciary Committee hearing tomorrow morning in Room 544 of the Legislative Office Building. “People get disqualified from jury duty for …

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Harris’ Show Trial Sham Evidence Trickles In

June 8, 2019 (Raleigh) In response to our Monday report, Voter Integrity Project has received a copy of the 5-page Civilian Absentee Voting Instruction sheet that was sent to all absentee voters in the 2018 mid-term elections which proves that “someone other than a relative/legal guardian” can handle the voter’s absentee ballot envelope. Besides raising …

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Shocking Changes at NC State Board of Elections

May 13, 2019 (Raleigh) North Carolina’s elections are now fully in the control of Governor Roy Cooper after the Democrat-majority election board, today, fired Director Kim Strach (effective June 1), appointed Karen Brinson Bell as the new Director, and accepted the resignation of the agency’s Chief Counsel, Josh Lawson. “The Board’s replacing of Strach was …

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Absentee Ballot Fraud Made Easy

May 3, 2019 (Raleigh) States with pending legislation for voter ID will often get bombarded with “a study” showing how many of that state’s voters have no record of ever getting DMV-issued ID or any kind. In North Carolina, election officials claimed 612,955 would need the free ID, but after being ridiculed, they to around …

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Election Observer Bill of Rights Passes First Hurdle

Apr 25, 2019 (Raleigh) Earlier today, the NC House Committee on Elections and Ethics Law passed a bill that would roll back restrictions placed on observers by out-of-control election officials, House Bill 369, by a 9-8 voice vote today, sending it back to the Rules Committee and a possible second reading on the House Floor. …

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