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Friday, November 08, 2019

Non-Citizens to Stay on North Carolina Voter Rolls Before 2020 Election

North Carolina’s Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed legislation this week that would have purged self-admitted non-citizens from the state’s voter rolls.

The plan, supported by the state’s Republicans, would have allowed election officials to contact North Carolina residents who escaped jury duty by claiming they were not United States citizens. If those residents confirmed that they are non-citizens or did not respond within 30 days, they would be removed from the state’s voter rolls.

Cooper told local media he vetoed the plan because it would have created “a high risk of voter harassment and intimidation and could discourage citizens from voting.”

“Blocking legitimate voters from casting a ballot is a risk we cannot take when the law already prevents non-citizens from voting and has legitimate mechanisms to remove them from the rolls,” Cooper said.



Anonymous said...

How can they LEGALLY get away with this??

Anonymous said...

How did non-citzens get on the voter rolls anyway ?

Anonymous said...

Registered when they got their drivers license with "no" proof of birth or other documents we citizens are "required" to show!!

Anonymous said...

Stand in front of the polls and demand documentaion, at gun point if necessary. Better still take the estimated illegal population in that state and just deduct the total amount from the democrooks votes