RALEIGH – The push for massive mail-in-voting is in full swing, and even thought absentee ballots in North Carolina were just the focus of a electoral fraud case that garnered national attention, AND despite the fact that absentee ballots security standards were loosened even further in North Carolina, another lawsuit has been filed by the Left’s favorite North Carolina lawyer to flood the gates with mail-in-voting.
From North State Journal:
“[…] The new lawsuit seeks to add the state to at least 14 others being pushed to enact the so-called “four pillars” in advance of the November general election. The requirements listed on the Democracy Docket website are: 1) free or prepaid postage paid for by state government, 2) ballots postmarked on election day must count, 3) eliminating signature-matching laws, and 4) allow partisan organizations to collect and deliver ballots, also known as ballot harvesting.
[Attorney Mark] Elias tweeted Monday, “We just filed another Four Pillars lawsuit in North Carolina! The state must provide accessible vote by mail AND safe in-person voting.”
Previously, Elias was involved in state and federal redistricting lawsuits, and he represented Democratic congressional candidate Dan McCready in the 9th District fraud case.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Redistricting Foundation and the Alliance for Retired Americans. The Redistricting Foundation is aligned with Eric Holder’s National Democratic Redistricting Committee, and the Alliance for Retired Americans is the retired union member affiliate of the AFL-CIO.
The “four pillars” have only been fully enacted in one state, Washington, with 10 states having enacted three. Six states have zero, including heavily Democratic states like Connecticut and Massachusetts.
The N.C. State Board of Elections (NCSBE) released a FAQ on Monday, Aug. 10, saying that at least seven times as many absentee by-mail requests have been submitted compared to this point in the 2016 general election. […]”
Ballot harvesting was THE issue in the 9th Congressional District electoral fraud investigation. Attorney General Josh Stein warned two years ago, while trying to poo-poo Voter ID, that the ‘bulk’ of fraud happens within absentee ballots.
As mentioned in the excerpt above, only one state has enacted these tenets; Washington.
While correlation is certainly not equal to causation, it is quite interesting that the only state to impose such ballot harvesting promotions in law is one most dominated by the Radical Left. Remember CHAZ? That was in Washington State.
Is it these political dynamics Democrats like Elias and his clients will enable with massive mail-in-voting schemes?
Read more about the new lawsuit at North State Journal.