Poll shows Dalton/McCrory drawing closer; videographer sets up N.C. voter fraud

Public Policy Polling’s latest analysis shows the N.C. gubernatorial race getting closer, with Republican Pat McCrory netting a 46 percent rating to Democrat Walter Dalton’s 40 percent. Meanwhile, conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe (of ACORN fame) has posted a video purporting proof of voter fraud in North Carolina — possibly breaking an elections law in the process. (See video here: http://bit.ly/L8rXRs)

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/05/16/2066796/governors-race-closer-than-expected.html#storylink=cpy


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0 thoughts on “Poll shows Dalton/McCrory drawing closer; videographer sets up N.C. voter fraud

  1. Barry Summers

    The only fraud uncovered here is, once again, James O’Keefe. There are no cases of voter fraud exposed in this video, except the ones instigated by O’Keefe himself. His claim that he caught someone who voted fraudulently, falls apart when you do a simple Nexis search & find that the man is in fact a naturalized citizen, and therefore eligible to vote. O’Keefe couldn’t be bothered to do that, but ThinkProgress did:


  2. Dionysis

    I watched this hit piece, and also checked to verify the person in the video can legally vote.

    Project Veritas, huh? The little wormy schmuck should rename it ‘Project Very Crass’.

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