Stories written by Jay DeLancy
Jay DeLancy launched the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina in early 2011 to empower citizens who are interested in reforming the state’s antiquated election laws through careful research and lobbying efforts. Their discovery of almost 30,000 deceased people who were still on North Carolina’s voter rolls garnered media coverage from an array of worldwide media, to include the Fox News Channel’s Fox and Friends program, the Drudge Report, World Magazine and even Russia Today before Media Matters (the website funded by George Soros) opened an account on VIP-NC; and within 24 hours, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow had launched a prime-time, 18-minute smear story, filled with half truths and innuendoes that resulted in numerous hate-filled messages by email and phone as well as Denial of Service Attack to the VIP-NC website. Undaunted, in early 2013, they initiated a joint investigation with Florida and North Carolina election officials that resulted in five criminal referrals against people who voted in both states during the November 2012 election. Their ground-breaking data-mining research into illegal voting patterns and other suspicious electoral practices has drawn attention from the NC General Assembly as they work to reform that state’s fraud-friendly election laws. Jay rose from the rank of Army Private to retire 32 years later as an Air Force Lieutenant Colonel and has two Master’s Degrees (Business and Journalism). Residing in Raleigh, NC, he and his wife of more than 33 years have a grown son and a chocolate Labrador Retriever, they named Reagan.

The Dirty Politics of Suppressing Military Voters

While the Voter Integrity Project strives to conduct our electoral analysis in a non-partisan way, we have to expose loopholes that are devised to help one side slaughter the other; and nothing illustrates this better than Department of Justice efforts to suppress military voters. But don’t take my word when their own actions speak louder. […]

November 27, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests,National | Read More »

Report Documents Nearly 500 NC Vote Fraud Cases

Between 2008 and 2012, 475 cases of voter fraud in North Carolina were referred for prosecution, according to a new NC Board of Elections report obtained by the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina (after repeated requests), which undermines claims that voter fraud in North Carolina is insignificant. “This looks like an interim report, but […]

September 6, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

Why There is No Vote Fraud in North Carolina. . .

After finally discovering the identities of the five persons who voted twice in the November 2012 election, the Voter Integrity Project of NC is ready to announce more stunning news: We can now reveal why there is no vote fraud in North Carolina. But first, I need to refresh the public memory on this story. […]

August 19, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas,House Guests | Read More »

Debunking Media Myths About Student Voters (in NC)

Leftist groups in North Carolina and beyond continue to hold a losing hand in the voter ID game; but with the help of the highly partisan media, they’re trying to bluff their way out of it. Case in point is the voter ID bill and the superb corrections the NC Senate made to the final […]

August 8, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas | Read More »

Voter ID Bill Still Falls Short

On July 23, 2013, the North Carolina State Senate took a giant leap toward open and honest elections by salvaging the tragically flawed House Bill 589 (commonly called the “voter ID” bill). Their bold action comes very close to making North Carolina’s voter ID law a model for other states to follow. Far from being […]

July 24, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas | Read More »

‘Bogus-Address’ Voters Must Be Stopped

The Voter Integrity Project of NC has found lots of breathtaking loopholes in North Carolina’s election laws; but very few are as loopy as policies that enable people we call “bogus-addresses” (or BA) voters. They do this by voting from an address that is NOT their true “domicile.” They could be using post office boxes, […]

July 15, 2013 | Posted in Carolinas | Read More »

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