Election Irregularities Possible in November 2020?

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Jay DeLancy, Director of VIP

Referring to the upcoming elections in an article recently posted on the Voter Integrity Project (VIP) of North Carolina website, the commentary outlines “seven ways to steal an election”. The article refers to the July 30, 2020 memo from NC State Board of Elections Director Karen Bell, saying, “(it) enables any web-savvy activist to request absentee ballots for unsuspecting neighbors and for otherwise missing voters”.

On Tuesday August 18th, Jay DeLancy, Director of VIP, will be the lead speaker on the program at the monthly public meeting of the Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association (CCTA). The program will also feature Craven County Board of Elections Director, Meloni Wray, and Carteret County Board of Elections Director, Caitlin Sabadish to speak on local voting procedures and early voting dates.

A third element of this election focused program will feature NC State Senator Norman Sanderson, NC State Representative Michael Speciale and NC State Representative Keith Kidwell. These legislators will address matters associated with state election law, including the NC Voter ID legislation that has been voided for 2020 by the court system.

As is the case with all CCTA programs, the public is invited to participate.

Data analysis by VIP has resulted in the discovery of almost 30,000 deceased persons on NC’s voter rolls as well as more than 500 registered voters who later evaded jury duty by claiming to be non-US citizens.

VIP also raised questions that resulted in a three-state criminal investigation into 149 cases of suspected interstate-double voting. To date, their research has triggered multiple criminal referrals, criminal indictments and felony convictions.

The Voter Integrity Project of NC was founded in 2011 by Jay DeLancy and John Pizzo. Their mission was to ensure free and fair elections to all lawfully registered voters. Mr. DeLancy is a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, with military experience in conventional and nuclear operations with advanced degree work in journalism, business and political communication. His past teaching assignments include numerous community colleges, Park University, Bluefield College, Liberty University, NC State University and a temporary position at Duke.

The CCTA public meeting officially begins at 7 PM in the Stanley Hall Ballroom at 305 Pollock Street, downtown New Bern. However, doors open thirty minutes prior to the program. Everyone is invited to join in the social activities that take place before the meeting is called to order.

There are two entrances to Stanly Hall. For easy access there is an elevator entrance is located at 249 Craven Street. The stairway entrance is located at 305 Pollock Street, directly across the street from New Bern City Hall.

Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association is a 501-C3 nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to lower taxes, smaller government, individual liberties and protection of the US Constitution and the free enterprise system. Membership in CCTA is open to everyone.


Article written and distributed by Bill Poole, Publicity Chairman for CCTA bill@ibxmedia (252) 671-3252

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