Heard an encouraging update from Jay Delancy of the Voter Integrity Project NC at the local Tea Party meeting/fish-fry. Seems that the work of a small group of volunteers has made a huge difference in not only eliminating a big backlog of expired voter registrations (expired in the mortality sense) but in changing the way voter rolls are maintained around the state, officially. A huge difference. There is a lot more to do, especially in the arena of non-citizen voting; and there seems to be push-back from the Dems. Wonder why?
I think I’ll volunteer for some serious legwork with the Voter Integrity Project. The payoff should be high-leverage.
Anybody out there involved in anything similar?