North Carolina Elections Board Flags 1,400 Voters as Foreign Nationals
According to records acquired by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), the North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE) flagged over 1,400 registered voters as foreign nationals before the 2014 midterm elections took place.
In a thorough report on the matter, PILF researchers revealed the degree to which the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, als known as “Motor Voter,” has facilitated states ability to wrongfully register foreign nationals to vote.
“After 30 years under…Motor Voter, the unintended consequences of the law are clear in North Carolina: It has never been easier to register to vote, so much so that even foreign nationals are being registered,” PILF researchers observed:
It is extremely difficult to prevent and remove foreign national registrations because of the NVRA’s mandates. The entire problem was hidden from the public — including the documentary proof of alien registration — for years.
By engaging in litigation, PILF was able to get its hands on state election records demonstrating that before the 2014 midterm elections, NCSBE officials identified over 10,000 registered voters as potential foreign nationals.
Moreover, over 80% of the registrants in question were demonstrated to have been naturalized American citizens, which left over 1,400 flagged as foreign nationals. Most of these foreign nationals possessed green cards, temporary visas, or were illegal aliens enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Of the remaining registrants the NCSBE flagged, 89 proceeded to vote on election day in 2014. 24 of these foreign nationals were challenged at polling sites.
11 of the foreign nationals who were challenged were definitively discovered to have been foreign nationals at the time of the elections. Similarly, state election officials said the majority of foreign nationals who had their registrations challenged called for their removal from the voter rolls.
“North Carolina’s experience makes clear how some of Motor Voter’s aging provisions are allowing foreign interference in our elections by causing foreign nationals to get registered to vote,” PILF President J. Christian Adams declared in a statement:
“Then, the law’s provisions create roadblocks for election officials to correct the record. Congress must modernize Motor Voter. The best way to celebrate 30 years of the National Voter Registration Act is to make sure it serves everyone in America — especially those among us who cannot yet vote.”
Election integrity is a key pillar for any serious America First political platform. If America can’t run clean elections, it will be destined for Banana Republic status.
On top of that, this North Carolina case demonstrates the importance of the US getting its immigration house in order. Continued mass migration will only guarantee more electoral fraud and an electoral constituency that will monolithically vote for civilization-destroying multiculturalism.