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  1. Apr

    No Show Clay Aiken

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns, Miscellaneous By Susan Myrick | Tagged , ,

    You have probably heard that Clay Aiken of American Idol fame was running for Congress in North Carolina's 2nd District. But, did you know that he has a primary opponent? He has two actually, Toni Morris and Keith Crisco are both on the Democratic ticket with Aiken. Crisco seems to be the one with money – […]

  2. Apr

    Vote Tracker Update for May 6, 2014 Primary

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns By Susan Myrick | Tagged , ,

    The State Board of Elections (SBOE) added 507 voters to the absentee voter file this morning. Yesterday a total of 2,670 voters had returned their voted ballots, today the number increased to 3,177. Go to to see the voter turnout breakdown by county, districts (congressional and legislative), political party, race, age and even precinct. So […]

  3. Apr

    NC Vote Tracker's Back for 2014

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns By Susan Myrick | Tagged , ,

    Today is the first day for the NC Vote Tracker ( for the May 6, 2014 Primary. Voters have been voting since the first by-mail ballot was accepted by Mecklenburg County on March 17th. One-stop early voting begins on Thursday (April 24) and on Friday when you check you should see the numbers soar. […]

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    Florida NBC2 Investigative Reporter Uncovers Voter Fraud

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns By Susan Myrick | Tagged , ,

    The surprise isn't that non-citizens are voting in our elections, its that a reporter for a mainstream media news organization is investigating, verifying and reporting on voter fraud. It really is no surprise that there is voter fraud or that non-citizens register to vote and vote in the U.S. In Florida, as in North Carolina, there […]

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    TN. Court Tosses Lawsuit Challenging New Voter ID Law

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns By Susan Myrick | Tagged , , ,

    There's good news, coming out of Tennessee. J. Christian Adams reports, in his article for P.J. Media, that a federal court in Tennessee has thrown out a lawsuit brought by the Green Party challenging that state's voter ID law. Adams says that United States District Court Judge Ronnie Greer relied on the Crawford v. Marion […]