Beware voter registration scam in eastern North Carolina | Eastern North Carolina Now

they seek to get people who are already registered to fill out their form


There is a voter registration scam afoot in eastern North Carolina, that voters should be wary of.  People with clipboards approach people at many locations, outside stores, at car washes, at events, etc,  When people tell them they are already registered, it does not phase them, and they give an excuse why people should fill out their registration form anyway.

Conducting voter registration drives of unregistered citizens is a common and worthwhile practice, often conducted by both political parties and their candidates..  But in those cases, when they find people already registereed to vote, they are not asked to fill out anything.  The only ones asked to fill out the forms are those who are unregistered.  The extremely strange part of the widespread effort now underway is their insistance for people already registered to also fill out the forms.

An early concern was that these people were tryinig to harvest personal information for identity theft purposes.  There have been complaints to a number of elections boards around the area.  Many of those with the clipboards would refuse to identify who they were working for and would usually leave if someone really pressed them about who they were.

Lately, however, at least some of them have been discovered to work for an organization called Organizing For America.  This is a leftwing poltiical group set up during the Obama years but has been largely under the radar until reemerging recently.  What they want information on those already registered for is unknown but highly unusual.  Are they planning to try to create dupicate registrations for Republicans and somehow use that to challenge their right to vote this November?

One remembers the scandal plagued leftwing organization ACORN a couple of decades ago that did a national voter registration campaign filled with a very large number of fictictious voter registrations of people who did not exist, but they also turned in duplicate registrations of people already registered.  Is Organizing for America pulling an ACORN type scam?

All in all this is very strange and these leftwing scammers should be avoided.  I have not heard of this showing up yet in Beaufort County, but it has been in counties around us.

If you are not registered to vote, it is important to do so, but do it with a credible source, like the local Board of Elections or through your political party.

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