Why Is Media Not Reporting It?
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released their analysis of the voter roll proving that 7,933 North Carolinians were still registered to vote long after death in 2020. Some of these deceased registrants have been on the voter rolls for decades.
Since 2020, there have been dozens of arrests in the state for falsely claiming U.S. citizenship to register to vote, actual unlawful voting with false claims of citizenship, naturalization fraud and the misuse of immigration visas and other documents.
Many charged were from Mexico and several central American countries, as well as from France, Yemen, Iraq and Nigeria and other countries.
Highlights of Findings
🔹The state’s voter rolls are currently filled with tens of thousands of duplicate registrations.
🔹The Foundation found 42,984 North Carolinians were registered in another state before the 2020 election.
🔹Additionally, 13,525 North Carolinians were able to be registered twice under variations of their name.
“This is extremely concerning as the state moves toward expanding vote by mail because these registrants would receive multiple ballots,” the release from the Foundation noted.
🔹One deceased registrant Hoyle Helms, a World War II vet, died in 1997 when Clinton was President. Following his death, he remained on the voter rolls for nearly 25 years.
🔹Another deceased registrant, Mary Coleman, died in 2003 and remained active on the state’s voter rolls for nearly 2 decades.
“North Carolina officials need to use the time they still have to prepare voter rolls for the midterm elections,” said PILF President J. Christian Adams. “Time is running out. Silly, obvious errors in the voter roll can create opportunities for voter fraud and chaos in a close election. Correcting deceased and duplicate records now will help to preemptively address those risks.”
NC Voter Fraud is Worse Than Previous Two Elections
A total of 16,700 duplicate votes were cast in the 2016 and 2018 elections, according to an audit by the watchdog group based on public records.
🔹The audit found that in the 2016 presidential election in North Carolina, about 9,700 voters were credited with voting twice. Of these cases, about half—or 5,000—were mail-in ballots.
🔹Two years later, during the 2018 midterm election, about 7,000 voters were credited with voting twice. Of those, 2,900 were mail-in votes, the audit says.
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