In response to yesterdays’ stunning Board of Elections disclosure of up to 36,515 voters suspected of committing felony election fraud, the Voter Integrity Project of NC, today asked Kim Strach and the state’s Legislature to enact emergency legislation that will prevent counties from destroying a critical piece of evidence. “Every North Carolina voter signs an Authorization to Vote or ATV form before they were handed a ballot,” said Jay DeLancy, Executive Director of VIP-NC, “but unless those forms are subpoenaed, state record keeping laws will allow election officials to destroy this evidence in a few short months.”
Up to 765 voters have voted in both NC and at least one other state according to a report titled, “Presentation to Joint Legislative Elections Oversight Committee,” briefed to the committee today at the Legislative Office Building. “This confirms our deepest concerns,” said Jay DeLancy, Executive Director of the Voter Integrity Project of NC.
NC Board of Elections report