Found 19 search results for keyword: redistricting

Racial Gerrymandering by Another Name

[Note: Today is the third day of a video podcast series that features Voter Integrity Project co-founder, Jay DeLancy. The plan is to produce one each day, beginning with a live feed (currently) on DeLancy’s Facebook page, which features the audio narrative accompanying a series of screen shots, which are shown in the video, that’s …

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@VoteChecker Podcast

Links and show notes to Jay DeLancy’s daily (Mon-Fri) video podcast on election integrity in NC and abroad. (This page is an archive of our video podcasts. You will find our most recent podcasts on the website’s front page. At either page, simply click on the image accompanying each day’s program notes).   Oct 23, …

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Surprise Guest Coming to VIP Bootcamp April 10

Apr 18, 2021 (Waynesville, NC) Voter Integrity Project is proud to announce that Scott Walter, President of Capital Research Center, will address the audience at our Apr 24 Voter Integrity Bootcamp, addressing his organizations investigation into the impact of “Zuck Bucks,” (i.e. Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg’s private infusion of cash) into certain NC jurisdictions during …

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Isn’t that illegal?

Feb 24, 2020 (Raleigh) What-if games are for children, but how many lawsuits would have hit President Trump, had he delayed the Census long enough to overcome SCOTUS objections to returning a citizenship question to their survey? Can we all agree that the Left would have spent millions in court until they could get a …

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Gerrymandering Stratgey Redefines “Fair”

[Note: This is one of a series of posts on the Left’s battle to take the Legislature’s constitutional authority on redistricting.”] Nov 8, 2019 (Raleigh) Ask any 4-year-old child what “fair” means and you will usually get an honest answer: “Fair means I get what I want. A Leftist organization, called “All on the Line,” …

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Warning to Lawmakers

Nov 8, 2019 (Raleigh) While all eyes are again on North Carolina over the court’s continuing assault of our Legislature’s explicit duty to draw the political boundaries, there are a few things the voters will learn. As George Will so eloquently wrote, “The practice the court . . . consider[s] is ‘partisan gerrymandering.’ This modifier, …

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Turing the Tables on Judicial Gerrymandering

Nov 8, 2019 (Raleigh) Voter Integrity Project has learned of a “Bill Summary,” the Legislative Bill Drafting section released Thursday, Oct 24, suggesting renewed interest in the quietly stalled House Bill 140, a bipartisan measure to take redistricting authority away from the Legislative branch of state government and surrender it to the Judiciary, under the …

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Keep Legislators Accountable

Sep 15, 2019 (Raleigh) NC Governor Cooper spilled the beans yesterday, revealing the end strategy to his party’s continuous lawfare over redistricting or gerrymandering or whatever they call it (depending on who’s in control) and that goal is something called a “redistricting commission,” which would strip away the Legislature’s constitutional authority to design the state’s …

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