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Action Alert: North Carolina Voter Registration List should be updated to include all HAVA required Drivers License or SSN information before the start of early voting this year

Your calls and emails are of great importance and it is truly appreciated. Please contact these NC Representatives & Senators:

Rep Jake Johnson Jake.Johnson@ncleg.gov Rep Destin Hall destin.hall@ncleg.com, "Rep Grey Mills" <grey.mills@ncleg.gov>, Sen Paul Newton paul.newton@ncleg.gov, Sen Ralph Hise ralph.hise@ncleg.gov, Sen Warren Daniel warren.daniel@ncleg.gov, Rep Harry Warren Harry.Warren@ncleg.gov


Jake Johnson 919-715-4466

Harry Warren: 919-733-5784

Grey Mills 919-733-5741

Warren Daniel (919) 715-7823

Ralph Hise (919) 733-3460

Destin Hall 919-733-5931

Paul Newton (919) 733-7223


The NCSBE continues to fail to clean up the voter rolls and to gather the 400,00+ missing Social Security numbers and drivers’ licenses to verify citizenship and legitimacy to vote.    

 

As you know, the Constitution of the State of North Carolina provides that in order to vote in this state, a person must be a citizen of the United States.


It is further a criminal offense under the federal criminal code for a noncitizen to vote in a federal election.

 

Additionally, because of federal law requiring states to comply with the provisions of REAL ID, the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles requires persons seeking a REAL ID to provide proof of US citizenship (or permanent resident status).

 

With the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles receiving and retaining data regarding the citizenship status of a significant number of residents of our state by virtue of REAL ID, and in order to ensure compliance with our state’s requirement that persons registering to vote are both residents of the state and are US Citizens, it is important that the citizenship data maintained by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles be made available to the North Carolina State Board of Elections for purposes of verifying citizenship status of voter registration applicants prior to adding applicants to the voter rolls of our state.

 

Additionally, the citizenship data maintained by the DMV should be provided to and relied upon by election officials for purposes of confirming citizenship status of those already on North Carolina State Board of Elections voter registration list.

Also, driver’s licenses of non-citizens (who are here legitimately) and those of us who are US citizens are indistinguishable. Until the law is changed, REAL ID does not distinguish between a non-citizen and a US citizen putting US citizens’ votes in jeopardy of being cancelled resulting in stolen votes and a fraudulent election.   

 

To ensure that there is an ongoing sharing of data regarding the citizenship status of all persons registered or seeking to register to vote in North Carolina, we would like your help with the responses to the following questions to the NCSBE regarding the collection and retention of data by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles regarding citizenship status of persons in our state and sharing of that data with the local County Board of Elections  for purposes of confirming citizenship status of voters, collecting social security numbers and driver’s licenses.   

Your assistance is greatly needed to hold the NCSBE accountable for the collection of the following information from the DMV that should be open to the public. 

 

The key questions that must be asked of the NCSBE-

 

1.    Will the official North Carolina Voter Registration List be updated to include all HAVA-required Drivers License or SSN information before the start of early voting this year?

 

2.    If not, please explain why our voter rolls will not be compliant with federal law, and why the NCSBE and local boards cannot secure the information needed to get compliant with federal law.

 

3.    Finally, what specifically are the NCSBE and local boards of election doing to correct this missing information?  

 

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Membro desconhecido
5 days ago

what does this mean? federal law requiring states to comply with the provisions of REAL ID, Why are they involved with that??

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