Fishing expedition comes back empty-handed:
Perry, who has been registered to vote in North Carolina since at least 1975, according to election records, was dismayed to receive a letter this month from the Wake County Board of Elections suggesting she may no longer be qualified to vote because she might be dead. "My initial reaction? I was mad as hell," Perry said Monday morning.
I would be mad as hell, too. What if she had been on vacation, or the letter got mixed up with some junk mail and accidentally tossed in file 13? Would her failure to respond have caused her name to be purged? And as far as this is concerned:
We're not really interested in partisan politics," said Jay DeLancy, a retired Air Force officer and director of Voter Integrity Project. "As an organization, we try to eliminate those kinds of biases in our research."
I'm gonna go ahead and call bullshit right now. Jay, I know you read our blog, especially when your name is mentioned, so we need you to show some integrity and tell everybody who funds your group.
While we're waiting, here's a little distraction:
Note: For the Monty Python heads out there, this isn't an invitation to parrot painfully rehashed MP phrases. Please, I can only take so much...
BlueNC is dedicated to making North Carolina a more progressive and prosperous state. If your intention is to disrupt this effort, please find somewhere else to express your opinions.