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While we’re still fussin’ and fightin’ about the 2020 elections the 2022 races have already begun.
While we’re still fussin’ and fightin’ about the 2020 elections the 2022 races have already begun.
 
Legislation would increase voting access, ban private election funding, and set election day absentee ballot deadline
Legislation would increase voting access, ban private election funding, and set election day absentee ballot deadline
 
Election integrity is a top issue for North Carolina voters.
 
New legislation filed in the General Assembly would reduce the time voters have to turn in their absentee ballots, making the outcome of elections clearer in a shorter time.
New legislation filed in the General Assembly would reduce the time voters have to turn in their absentee ballots, making the outcome of elections clearer in a shorter time.
 
The report released today by the top federal intelligence officials supports what North Carolina elections officials have said all along: The 2020 elections in North Carolina were secure and the results are accurate.
The report released today by the top federal intelligence officials supports what North Carolina elections officials have said all along: The 2020 elections in North Carolina were secure and the results are accurate.
 
And, I got a big problem with non patriots continuing to ruin our Constitutional Republic.
 
Mica Soellner writes for the Washington Examiner about a common response among Republicans across the country to 2020 election integrity concerns.
Mica Soellner writes for the Washington Examiner about a common response among Republicans across the country to 2020 election integrity concerns.
 
The 2020 elections proved one thing: Election integrity is a joke.
 
Good evening. I'd like to provide the American people with an update on our efforts to protect the integrity of our very important 2020 election.
Good evening. I'd like to provide the American people with an update on our efforts to protect the integrity of our very important 2020 election.
 
Election integrity “is the civil right issue of our time,” Fitton believes.
 
We Join Election Integrity Project to Restore Voter Confidence Nationwide
We Join Election Integrity Project to Restore Voter Confidence Nationwide
 
Mark Hemingway explains at Real Clear Politics why we should be wary of pleas for more mail-in election ballots.
Mark Hemingway explains at Real Clear Politics why we should be wary of pleas for more mail-in election ballots.
 
Toxic Agenda - Elections in Crisis, Part I examined how the Left, through the help of the North Carolina legislature, created an election system that ultimately favored Democrats for decades
Toxic Agenda - Elections in Crisis, Part I examined how the Left, through the help of the North Carolina legislature, created an election system that ultimately favored Democrats for decades
 
State Rep. George Cleveland, R-Onslow, believes the integrity of North Carolina elections is at risk
State Rep. George Cleveland, R-Onslow, believes the integrity of North Carolina elections is at risk
 
President Donald Trump's claims about voter fraud are preposterous. No credible evidence suggests that millions of people cast illegal ballots, or that candidates who outpoll rivals by several percentage points can accomplish that by fraud under modern election administration
President Donald Trump's claims about voter fraud are preposterous. No credible evidence suggests that millions of people cast illegal ballots, or that candidates who outpoll rivals by several percentage points can accomplish that by fraud under modern election administration
 
The following are statements and readouts from the White House from January 3 to January 4, 2018
The following are statements and readouts from the White House from January 3 to January 4, 2018
 
As we wait to see what will happen in the courts with the provisions of the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA) that were struck down by U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the General Assembly can still act to help protect the votes of all citizens in North Carolina
As we wait to see what will happen in the courts with the provisions of the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA) that were struck down by U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the General Assembly can still act to help protect the votes of all citizens in North Carolina
 
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