I am assuming you already saw Project Veritas’ latest video, in which undercover reporters take advantage of poll workers to show how easy it is to commit voter fraud in Brooklyn. If not, behold!
Now, consider North Carolina, where the Mountaineer published the following:
An analysis of data from the State Board of Elections reveals that more than 29,000 voters were able to participate in the March 2016 primary by using safety-net provisions in North Carolina’s election law that the General Assembly majority has tried to eliminate. . . .
The key provisions are (1) same-day registration and voting during early voting and (2) out-of-precinct voting on Election Day. Both were targeted for repeal in the overhaul of election laws passed by the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory in 2013. . . .
“We’ve documented hundreds of cases of DMV failing to transfer registrations to county boards of elections,” [executive director of Democracy North Carolina Bob] Hall said. “Same-day registration is a valuable safety net that rescues voters from human error and deficiencies at DMV and other agencies.” . . .
By using out-of-precinct voting, 6,300 voters had their ballots count fully or in part for the primary. They were properly registered but because of time constraints, incorrect information or another reason, they went to the wrong poll in their county on Election Day, March 15. . . .
The State Board of Elections continues to review how counties are treating provisional ballots. For example, Democracy North Carolina is asking officials to count over 100 provisional ballots in Forsyth County that lacked a voter’s signature because the form and precinct workers did not ask for a signature.
This is the most of the most, but there’s more here.