According to a recent Charlotte Observer article, a Raleigh, North Carolina-based group devoted to reducing voter fraud has found nearly 30,000 names of dead people who are still registered to vote.
“It’s pretty clear that a few of those cases involved clerical errors on a busy election day,” said Jay DeLancy, Director of the Voter Integrity Project (VIP), “but others look a lot like identity theft at the ballot box. Either way, we will need to review each one very carefully.”
The nonpartisan group working toward clean, fair elections, compiled the list after obtaining death records from the state Department of Public Health and comparing them to existing voter rolls. VIP explained their findings in a post on their website:
The research almost ground to a halt when the group learned that some of the names on the list were from out-of-state deaths and are considered “unofficial,” even though the deaths were all…
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