Speaker Moore Responds to Federal Court Upholding Absentee Witness Requirement Against Secret Partisan Settlement

Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) released a statement Wednesday responding to a federal court upholding North Carolina’s absentee ballot witness requirement against the collusive settlement struck by Attorney General Josh Stein with the former campaign attorney for Hillary Clinton and Gov. Cooper.

Continue reading “Speaker Moore Responds to Federal Court Upholding Absentee Witness Requirement Against Secret Partisan Settlement”

ICYMI: Speaker Publishes OpEd in Eastern NC on Protecting Communities from Frequent Flooding

Raleigh, N.C. – An opinion editorial published Sunday by Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) in the New Bern Sun Journal and its network of eastern North Carolina newspapers presents budget and policy priorities the Speaker says are critical to protecting vulnerable communities from future flooding.

Continue reading “ICYMI: Speaker Publishes OpEd in Eastern NC on Protecting Communities from Frequent Flooding”

Road Funding Coming to N.C. Communities as $700 Million of Legislature’s Transportation Bonds Approved

Raleigh, N.C. – A $700 million package of ‘Build NC’ transportation bonds passed by the Republican-led General Assembly to fund road construction and repairs is on track for issuance by the end of October after being approved by the Council of State on Tuesday.

Continue reading “Road Funding Coming to N.C. Communities as $700 Million of Legislature’s Transportation Bonds Approved”

Speaker Moore Responds to Judge Approving DOJ’s Secret Absentee Ballot Deal

Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) responded Friday to a state trial court judge entering an order approving a secretive absentee ballot deal that Attorney General Josh Stein’s Department of Justice struck with Democratic Party attorney Marc Elias on behalf of Governor Cooper’s State Board of Elections.

Continue reading “Speaker Moore Responds to Judge Approving DOJ’s Secret Absentee Ballot Deal”

Speaker Moore Responds to Court Order Calling Secretive DOJ Deal “Unacceptable”

Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) released a statement Wednesday responding to federal Judge William Osteen’s order criticizing Attorney General Josh Stein and his Department of Justice’s efforts to rewrite state election law after voting started without authority.

Continue reading “Speaker Moore Responds to Court Order Calling Secretive DOJ Deal “Unacceptable””

WATCH: AG Josh Stein Said “The Bulk of Voter Fraud Occurs Absentee,” Now DOJ Claims “There is No Ballot Harvesting”

Raleigh, N.C. – The state Attorney General said in a 2018 video that “the bulk of voter fraud occurs absentee,” but his Department of Justice released a Fact Sheet last week explicitly stating “Truth: There is no ballot harvesting.”

Continue reading “WATCH: AG Josh Stein Said “The Bulk of Voter Fraud Occurs Absentee,” Now DOJ Claims “There is No Ballot Harvesting””

DOJ Fact Sheet Falsely Claims “The Settlement Does NOT Eliminate the Witness Requirement”

Attorney General releases ‘Fact Sheet’ that says “Truth: The settlement does NOT eliminate the witness requirement”
 
The settlement does eliminate the witness requirement
 
Raleigh, N.C. – The state Attorney General released a “summary of consent decree” and “fact sheet” that both falsely state the Department of Justice’s controversial elections settlement does not eliminate an absentee ballot witness requirement, even though it does.

N.C. Voters and Lawmakers File Federal Suit to Stop “Sue-and-Settle” Elections Scam by AG Stein and Cooper’s Campaign Lawyer

Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina lawmakers, voters, and a Congressional candidate, have filed a federal lawsuit to stop the the backroom elections deal struck by Democrats’ top D.C. attorney with his former client Gov. Roy Cooper and state Attorney General Josh Stein.

Continue reading “N.C. Voters and Lawmakers File Federal Suit to Stop “Sue-and-Settle” Elections Scam by AG Stein and Cooper’s Campaign Lawyer”