But who's watching the watchers?
Wilson said the group’s objective is to have two observers at each polling place – an ambitious goal with 200 polling places in Wake County alone. “Observation changes behavior,” Wilson said. “This is where Voter Integrity comes in and that’s why it needs to be nonpartisan.”
You're damn right it changes behavior. It turns some people into vigilantes and others into potential suspects, and ushers in subjectivity based on appearance to a place that's supposed to be free of such.