Ballots Cast by Dead, Double and Felon Voters Challenged in 50 NC Counties | Beaufort County Now | Protests are being filed in 50 counties to challenge known instances of votes being cast by dead people, felons or individuals who voted more than once.

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Additional Ballot Protests Expected As Voter Fraud Concerns Grow

    Raleigh, N.C. - Protests are being filed in 50 counties to challenge known instances of votes being cast by dead people, felons or individuals who voted more than once. Additional ballot protests are expected as additional cases are discovered.

    "Now we know why Roy Cooper fought so hard against voter ID and other efforts to combat voter fraud as attorney general," said Russell Peck, Pat McCrory's campaign manager. "With each passing day, we discover more and more cases of voting fraud and irregularities. We intend to make sure that every vote is properly counted and serious voter fraud concerns are addressed before the results of the election can be determined."

    These protests follow the discovery of North Carolina Democrat Party-funded political action committees which appear to have paid individuals to fill out and witness hundreds of fraudulent absentee ballots for Democrats including Roy Cooper in Bladen County and potentially 11 others. The protests urge each county board of elections conduct a full scale investigation into these absentee ballots and review all witness signatures on these absentee ballot envelopes to look for evidence of obvious ballot harvesting, which could impact thousands of votes. These protests also request that the county election boards conduct this review before certifying the final number of lawful votes during their respective canvasses.

    Protests are being filed by registered voters with each county elections boards to void anywhere between 100 to 200 ballots cast by suspected felons, dead people and double voters in the following counties:

    1. Alamance
    2. Alexander
    3. Beaufort
    4. Bertie
    5. Bladen
    6. Brunswick
    7. Buncombe
    8. Burke
    9. Cabarrus
    10. Camden
    11. Carteret
    12. Cherokee
    13. Cleveland
    14. Craven
    15. Cumberland
    16. Davidson
    17. Durham
    18. Edgecombe
    19. Forsyth
    20. Gaston
    21. Gates
    22. Granville
    23. Greene
    24. Guilford
    25. Halifax
    26. Harnett
    27. Haywood
    28. Hoke
    29. Iredell
    30. Jackson
    31. Johnston
    32. Lee
    33. Madison
    34. Martin
    35. Meckenburg
    36. Moore
    37. Nash
    38. New Hanover
    39. Orange
    40. Person
    41. Pitt
    42. Richmond
    43. Robeson
    44. Rockingham
    45. Stanly
    46. Stokes
    47. Vance
    48. Wake
    49. Warren
    50. Wayne

  • Contact: McCrory 2016 Press

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