Skip to comments.Civitas Probe Shows Late Voter Registration Weakens NCís Already Shaky Election System [Fraud Alert]
Posted on 10/29/2012 7:02:39 PM PDT by JediJones
A new Civitas Institute study has confirmed what critics have been saying for years: North Carolinas Same Day and Last-Minute Voter Registration processes are seriously flawed.
The law allowed voters to register and vote during a one-stop early voting procedure called Same Day Registration (SDR).
After the 2008 General Election, the State Board of Elections (SBOE) issued a favorable report echoing the glowing reviews of a focus group made up of the following liberal groups...
According to one county, there were numerous undeliverable voter registration cards returned after the canvass time-frame which allowed the voters vote to count and it should not have. And another county voiced a similar concern: We have one-stop voter verification cards which did not complete their mailing cycle prior to canvass day.
The counties are highlighting an egregious flaw in the process: Voters who register to vote and vote during SDR bypass the necessary address verification process which all other voters must undergo when registering to vote.
This resulted in more than 6,000 new voters being denied, but only after their votes were counted in 2008. And even more voters were placed in inactive status because the county boards of elections were unable or did not follow administrative procedures.
Look at the difference in the presidential vote in 2008 President Obama won North Carolina by only 14,173 votes.
Civitas believes that Same Day Registration results in treating voters differently and has ultimately created yet a new class of voters a class whose residency and qualification to vote are not properly verified. We also believe that SDR will lead to questionable election outcomes and should be eliminated immediately in order protect the integrity of our elections.
(Excerpt) Read more at nccivitas.org ...
The vote-ginning Sheik al’Fraoud is normally based out here in King Co. WA.
Must be a touring company.
Just the way Rats like it.
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