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Major election fraud in Bladen county

sparkling water

Posted 10:25 am, 12/06/2018

Our congressional districts are too large. It is not possible to create a district in NC in which one person can represent the values of the whole. Each of NCs congresspeople serves over 3/4 million people. If that number were lower there’d be more representatives, but less opportunity to get by with the manipulation and fraud that now characterizes our electoral process.

And

Term Limits. No person should ever serve the same elected office more than two consecutive terms.

hangsleft

Posted 9:40 am, 12/06/2018

OK does anyone believe that Harris paid women to work? I thought they were to stay home and women working was the reason for all the problems in this world.

sparkling water

Posted 10:02 pm, 12/04/2018

I have had an awareness of Harris since the late 90s.
He certainly knows what to say and how to say it.
However, I’m not convinced of his authenticity.

antithesis

Posted 8:14 pm, 12/04/2018

It really does make you wonder how long this has been going on, and how many districts nationwide have been getting away with it.

In Wilkes, how many of us remember people going to the gas station in North Wilkesboro to get $10 for their vote?

antithesis

Posted 8:12 pm, 12/04/2018

Major development... two women have come forward to testify that they were paid by Leslie McCrae Dowless to pick up absentee ballots and deliver them to him, and that Dowless has been doing it for years:

Second woman says she was paid to collect absentee ballots in North Carolina House race

A second woman has come forward claiming that a Bladen County, N.C., electioneer paid her to collect absentee ballots for last month's midterm elections.

Cheryl Kinlaw told WSOCTV, a local news station in Charlotte, N.C., that Leslie McCrae Dowless Jr. paid her $100 to collect ballots in their district, adding that Dowless “has been doing it for years."

Kinlaw said that she never mailed the ballots she collected and that she instead handed them over to Dowless. She said she was unaware that what she was doing was illegal.

Her comments come a day after another woman, Ginger Eason, told the news station that Dowless, the Bladen County Soil and Water Conservation District supervisor, paid her between $75 and $100 to pick up ballots.

Both of them have said they do not know what Dowless did with the ballots.

Dowless has been named twice in sworn affidavits as someone who worked for Republican candidate Mark Harris's campaign as an independent contractor and has been at the center of an investigation into the results of the election in North Carolina's 9th District.

https://thehill.com/homenew...s-in-north

antithesis

Posted 8:13 pm, 12/03/2018

Funny how you don’t mention the ballot harvesting the Democrats did in CA


You're welcome to talk about it, HIAM. I read this in the news, and it's in NC, so I posted about it.

Why were “minorities” so easily defrauded?

It's public records how people are registered, so I would bet that they really just targeted Democrats. If someone were to go through Lincoln Heights and do the same thing, they would primarily hit minorities and Democrats.

Considering they were so easily duped, though, there's a high probability that this has been happening for years and they just thought it was normal.

sparkling water

Posted 7:49 pm, 12/03/2018

Mostly minorities?????

Why were “minorities” so easily defrauded?

sparkling water

Posted 7:41 pm, 12/03/2018

This is just terrible.

Did the faux lection workers have Russian accents?

Hillary is a murderer

Posted 7:20 pm, 12/03/2018

Funny how you don’t mention the ballot harvesting the Democrats did in CA

Joseph T.

Posted 7:12 pm, 12/03/2018

If you are to stupid to know how and when to vote then your vote shouldn't count.

antithesis

Posted 3:58 pm, 12/03/2018

It looks like people were going door-to-door at mostly black homes, pretending to be with the Election Board. They would give them an absentee ballot, wait for them to complete it, and then took it with them.

Except, of course, they weren't with the Election Board, and appear to have just thrown the ballots away.

Roughly 3,400 people were defrauded in this way, mostly minorities.

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