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Virginia Poised for One-Party Domination Via Redistricting Commission

Oct 29, 2020 (Raleigh) With the election just days away, we’ve got enough on our plate in North Carolina, but this foolish measure in Virginia absolutely must be addressed. If you know anybody in the Old Dominion, you might want to forward this to them before Tuesday, because their Republican party has handed Democrats the …

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Research Blows Up the Myth of “Nonpartisan” redistricting.

Nov 8, 2019 (Raleigh) Voter Integrity Project has always steered clear of the fight over redistricting because we trust the self-serving political parties to hold each other in check. That all changed when a significant number of Republican lawmakers joined forces with enough Democrat lawmakers to craft HB 140, a bill that would cave to …

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Redistricting Hearing Begs for Adult Input

[Official comments from Jay DeLancy, Founder of Voter Integrity Project – NC, North Carolina’s oldest constitutional election watchdog group.] Sept 13, 2019 (Raleigh) — For years, Voter Integrity Project has stayed out of the redistricting fight, dismissing it as a “partisan” matter. We have always viewed the VIP mission as that of a non-partisan election watchdog …

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Redistricting by Commissions . . .

While we stand by the gist of the article that was mistakenly posted at this URL on Dec 18, the report was posted in error, before our internal vetting process was complete. We regret the error and will have more to say about the idea of redistricting by commission (instead of by Legislators) at a …

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How the Left Will Steal the Next Election*

*unless lawmakers can stop them. Feb 3, 2022 (Sanford, NC) Not to rant about the past, but we all remember how election officials in numerous states used the “emergency” excuse to weaken as many election integrity laws as they could, just before the 2020 elections. In North Carolina, our state’s chief election officer surprised everybody …

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Is Goldilocks Racist?

Dec 1, 2012 Now that legislatures have finished planting their brand-new redistricting maps into the ground, the people in battleground states like North Carolina are starting to yield an early crop of lawsuits. Yesterday, the first judicial ruling came down in favor of the NC General Assembly (NCGA) over the rules they used in drawing …

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Virginia vote fraud and “nonpartisan” map makers

. . . and how you can stop them. October 5, 2021 Today’s podcast (linked at the bottom) covers two topics, in this order: a) The warnings and indicators that Virginians should watch out for in their upcoming statewide elections; and b) How to beat the “nonpartisan” redistricting map makers as they find ways to …

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Be wise as serpents. . .

Yesterday, I asked folks to fight racial gerrymandering by engaging with people after studying Pro Publica’s account of how the Democrats fooled California’s “nonpartisan” redistricting commission. Talking politics with people can be fun, but it can also be dangerous. We might avoid the subject at church, unless somebody brings it up, never let fear stop …

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