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As the elections board turns ….

        It would seem that the biggest excitement from Campaign ’20 is emanating from within the walls of the North Carolina State Board of Elections.  The GOP members of the board have resigned in protest.  The rules for  absentee ballots got changed…

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The Replacements

    NCGOP leadership has compiled a list of candidates to replace the party’s two members who recently resigned from the state board of elections:   State law says Governor Doofus gets to pick one name from each list to serve on the board.  …

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Senator Berger tosses in his two cents on the Stein-Cooper election deal

        The state Senate’s top dog penned a pretty good review of the scam being perpetrated with absentee ballots by the  Cooper-Stein crowd:   Sen. Berger: “If approved, this action undermines any confidence in the Board of Elections’ intent to fairly conduct…

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Forest: Feds need to intervene in NC’s election fiasco

      The lieutenant governor (and the hopefully-soon-to-be-governor) of North Carolina has waded into the hot mess over at the state board of elections:   The Honorable William Barr Attorney General of the United States Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC…

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Monkey Business Report: To check signatures (or not)

    The folks in Pasquotank County appear to be asking the hard questions about election administration that our drive-by media and elected leaders ought to be asking.  Here’s that county’s elections director passing some concerns from local voters to state elections officials:   From:…

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NCGOP’s Whatley takes on state elections board, proposed “emergency” changes

    Michael Whatley, chairman of the state Republican Party, went before the press today to voice his organization’s concerns about the state board of elections’ “Emergency Order”.   A statement from GOP HQ  said:   “[…] We have grave concerns that the NCSBE surprise orders…

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Forest sees potential monkey business in state elections board request

    Lt.  Gov Dan Forest sounded the alarm today.  And the way he tells it, things don’t sound good:   “Tomorrow, the Democrat-controlled State Board of Elections will ask the Rules Review Commission for unprecedented power to alter election rules to their benefit. If approved, these measures would let…

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Voting watchdog detects potential monkey-business in on-going pursuit of McCrae Dowless

    In the wake of the 2018 race for the 9th congressional district, we were bombarded with drive-by reports and caterwauling from Democrats and GOPe types alike about how one McCrae Dowless nearly single-handedly stole the election for Republican Mark Harris.   Harris and…

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Lawsuit demands North Carolina clean up its voter registration lists

    Judicial Watch,  which rose to fame as a thorn in Bill and Hillary Clinton’s sides, has gone to court to force Roy Cooper and Josh Stein to do their jobs:   Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit against North Carolina…

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NC-09: More from McCrae

  Some things we’ve learned NO THANKS to this state’s worthless lazy drive by media: (1) There may very well have been other paid operatives in Bladen County doing for the Democrats exactly (or worse than) what McCrae Dowless was doing for Mark Harris. (2)…