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NC Democrats Propose Changes to Election Laws to Allow Ballot Harvesting and Unsubstantiated Voter Registration

by | Apr 17, 2020 | News, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

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North Carolina Democrats and communist governor, Roy Cooper are clearly trying to steal the election in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. A pandemic that is barely even sweeping the state of North Carolina — the health industry is laying people off due to draconian restrictions on healthcare — is causing widespread unsubstantiated panic in North Carolina.

On Monday, April 20, the State Board of Elections is holding a public hearing for proposed changes to the election laws in North Carolina which will be permanent that will allow unsubstantiated voter registrations online and ballot harvesting.

Ballot harvesting is the practice of allowing political operatives to collect election ballots en masse and turn them into the electoral polling stations. Historically, election fraud is clearly tied en masse to the Democrat party especially when such drastic measures are taken. A North Carolina judge has already blocked the NC Voter ID law and the state’s communist leaders are now trying to implement more measures that they know would only benefit Democrats.

The proposed changes to G.S. 163-27.1 election laws would, according to the public comment portal, amend the state Board of Election’s “emergency powers to clarify that a catastrophe arising from natural causes includes a disease epidemic or other public health incident that makes it impossible or extremely hazardous for elections officials or voters to reach or otherwise access the voting place or that creates a significant risk of physical harm to persons in the voting place, or that would otherwise convince a reasonable person to avoid traveling to or being in a voting place.”

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The full text of the proposed changes can be read here.

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