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Soros Funded Group Mailing Absentee Ballot Applications to North Carolina Voters


The last thing we need is a wanted criminal like George Soros meddling in our election process.

“Local North Carolina media outlet WFMY reported on the deceptive nature of these mailings which claimed the recipient might not be registered at all and warned voters that these forms were not from any official state elections agency.

While it is not illegal what groups like Women’s Voice are doing, people should not trust an absentee or voter registration form from a third party. Go through the official channels.

NC citizens should obtain any registration forms or voter related materials from the NC Board of Elections.” Read more…

 

Sources:
Lady Libert 1885

 

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