UPDATE: As of November 17, 2016 — 50 of North Carolina’s 100 counties have had official ‘Protests’ filed
And for future reference, there is an ‘Official Form’ for use when filing ‘Election Protests’. My format below apparently is NOT acceptable. Where can you find this said form . . . That’s a good question. If anyone finds a link, please leave a comment & an URL.
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We all know that voter fraud is real. We all know that the liberal left can not win without it. We all know that our party leaders have to watch what they say, and how they act, and that they must play well with others.
Well, it is past time for the American citizens to stand up and say NO MORE. My pal Bart has found a Remedy I do believe. This is focused on North Carolina, but for you other folks, search your election statutes in your State. I’ll bet you have something similar.
Hang onto your hat cause here we go …..
The Plan — Get an Election PROTEST initiated in ALL Counties. It only takes ONE Person , ONE Registered LEGAL voter to file the protest. This protest is not asking to remove any legitimate voter from the voter rolls. It is not disenfranchising any voter. It is NOT refusing any voter his right to vote. It is NOT suppressing any vote. All this does is prevent any fraudulent votes from be counted. The County Boards are required by law to ‘Certify’ the election on the canvass day — which is only 10 days after the Election. These ‘Same Day Register & Vote’ (SDRV) have NOT been verified yet. Neither have the newly registered voters who registered for the 1st time right near the registration cutoff date.
Now, if we were allowed to KEEP our ‘PHOTO ID’ law (S.L. 2013-381) in place and active, it would make the verification process a whole lot smoother. However, the local ACLU, the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, Democracy NC, & the NAACP fought long and hard to quell this process.
Official Election Protest for the November 8, 2016 General Election
Issued to the _____________ County Board of Elections, in the Great State of North Carolina.
That whereas, NCGS § 163-182.9 provides the means for citizens to redress any issue that could result in a biased, or flawed elections process, and;
That whereas we now have 17 days of ‘Same Day Register and Vote’ (SDRV) here in North Carolina, and;
That whereas this protest is related to the counting & canvassing of the SDRV ballots, and;
That whereas each County Board of Elections (CBoE) is required to verify each new voter via NCGS § 163-82.7 before allowing their vote to be counted in any election, and;
That whereas NCGS § 163-234 defines the counting process for ‘One-Stop’ voters, including SDRV applicants, and;
That whereas the CBoE is required via NCGS § 163-82.14 (a) (1) to perform list maintenance and past data proves that many of the SDRV applicants are removed from the voter rolls due to failure of the verification process;
*From December 27, 2008 to February 7, 2009, approximately 133,000 voters were removed statewide.
*From December 25, 2010 to February 5, 2011, approximately 118,000 voters were removed statewide.
*From December 29, 2012 to February 2, 2013, approximately 190,000 voters were removed statewide.
*From December 27, 2014 to February 7, 2015, approximately 310,000 voters were removed statewide.
That whereas the removal of voters does not happen in years with non-federal elections. In fact from the same time periods of late December to early February, there was an Increase in voters;
*From December 26, 2009 to February 6, 2010, approximately 5,900 voters were added statewide.
*From December 31, 2011 to February 4, 2012, approximately 15,000 voters were added statewide.
*From December 28, 2013 to February 1, 2014, approximately 7,500 voters were added statewide.
*From December 26, 2015 to February 6, 2016, approximately 23,000 voters were added statewide.
[Data source: NC State Board of Elections Website]
Therefore, the remedy we seek is to remove all non-verified SDRV ballots before the canvass of the local CBoE. If the voter has NOT passed the verification process, in its entirety, then that vote should NOT be counted on the Official Election certification, and;
Therefore, the additional remedy we seek is for the CBoE to tentatively consider all SDRV applicants as not qualified to vote, as per NCGS § 163-82.7 (a), (1) & (2).
Protestor Name: _________________
Protester Address: ________________
Date Protest initiated: ______________
Protestor Signature: ___________________________
Example, from Durham County NC alone:
From December 2012 (after the last presidential election) through February 2013 (just a little over 1 month) Durham County’s Board of Elections was forced to remove 11,609 voters from their voter rolls. WHY you might ask? Because majority of these folks had registered near the last day of registration, or they had used ‘Same Day Register & Vote’ sites during early “One Stop” voting. The County BoE hadn’t had enough time to fully verify these new voters. BUT they accepted their ballots, counted their votes during canvass, and certified the election! BOOM — DONE DEAL! 11,609 votes by folks who are not authorized to vote, or they do not LIVE in Durham County. Pretty slick huh???
Links to the statutes.
Verification of qualifications and address of applicant
Absentee ONE STOP Counting.
Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Sixth Day of November in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Sixteen. Please pray for our Republic.