The Bladen County Improvement Association PAC in North Carolina, a political-action committee funded by the N.C. Democrat Party and other prominent statewide Democrats, is under scrutiny due to potentially fraudulent absentee ballots cast for Democrat Roy Cooper and other Democrats, according to Governor Pat McCrory’s campaign.
A formal protest was filed with the Bladen County Board of Elections to challenge several hundred absentee ballots, alleged to be fraudulent, by the Democratic PAC and others, and has also been filed in in 11 additional counties.
Protests urge each county board of elections to conduct a full-scale investigation into the absentee ballots and review all witness signatures on the absentee ballot envelopes to look for evidence of ballot harvesting.
“It appears that our worst fears have come true and this absentee ballot fraud scheme may run deeper than just Bladen County,” said Russell Peck, Pat McCrory’s campaign manager. “Unfortunately, we may also have uncovered the real reason Roy Cooper fought so hard against efforts to prevent voter fraud as attorney general. These voter fraud concerns must be addressed before the results of the election can be finalized.”
According to the McCrory campaign, the protest, filed by Bladen County Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor McCrae Dowless and corroborated by a forensic handwriting expert, notes “shocking evidence resulting from a blatant scheme to try to impact the voting results of an entire county and perhaps even sway statewide and federal elections,” including the gubernatorial race.
“With hundreds of fraudulent votes found in just one North Carolina county for a straight Democratic ticket, close examination of this election is required to make sure the true winner of the election is properly determined,” said Jason Torchinsky, legal counsel for the Pat McCrory Committee Legal Defense Fund. “The staggering evidence of voter fraud in Bladen County and the number of similar PACs that the North Carolina Democratic Party donated to shortly before the start of early vote requires close examination throughout the state.”
The ballots were identified as problematic after Dowless brought suspicions of voter fraud in his race for Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor to the attention of the Bladen County Board of Elections before Election Day.
The Democrats claim that election voter fraud does not exist, especially by them, however, back in 2008, these same Democrats claimed no voter fraud had occurred that propelled Barack Obama to the White House, but hacked emails proved otherwise.
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