May 24, 2022

Tens of thousands of illegal ballots found in 2020 count for North Carolina

North Carolina’s 2020 election included tens of thousands of deceased and duplicate voter registrations, according to a report on Tuesday from the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF).

The public interest law firm cross-referenced Tate records and found that 7,933 North Carolinians were still registered to vote “long after death” in 2020. A grand total of 12,940 deceased registrants were found on the rolls in the spring of 2020, according to Breitbart News.

“The non-profit provided a few examples of North Carolina voters who were left on the rolls long after death, including Hoyle Helms, a World War II veteran who died in 1997 — he reportedly remained on the voter rolls for nearly 25 years,” Breitbart reported.

“Another voter, Mary Coleman, died in 2003 and “remained active on the state’s voter rolls for nearly two decades.” The voter integrity found reported that these findings create a record that leaves N.C. “ranking the state 8th in the nation,” for already deceased voters on the books. 

“These examples were not removed by officials until 2021, despite their deaths roughly 20 years ago,” the report states. The state also sports a massive 42,984 duplicative registrations, according to the investigative reports. 

This conundrum has left the state and “established or renewed their out-of-state registration before the 2020 election,” according to PILF’s report.

The U.S. Postal Service National Change of Address (NCOA) systems and the organization’s national voter database has tracked voters moving from in-state to out-of-state addresses to determine the established registration before November 2020.

“The vast majority of this NCOA study shows that interstate duplicate residents cast ballots outside of North Carolina in 2020, accounting for roughly 87 percent. Only 8 percent of the duplicate registrants cast a ballot in N.C. The remainder failed to vote in 2020,” PILF found.

“These serve as an administrative challenge to be resolved as we see more automation to vote-by-mail. Otherwise, ‘John Public’ and ‘John Q. Public’ could each vote once, while the actual John is voting twice – a specific violation of North Carolina election law,” PILF stated.

The group highlighted the “vulnerabilities” of the state’s voter rolls before the 2022 midterm elections: “All eyes are on an open U.S. Senate race amid the state’s recent record of strong turnout and tight margins. This research brief outlines the vulnerabilities of North Carolina’s voter rolls, with the hope of seeing these issues resolved in the coming months, before federal laws shut the window of opportunity,” the report states.

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