Hoke GOP Brief Sep 8, 2020
BACK THE BLUE
9/11 this Friday we will be sponsoring a BackTheBlue, First Responder, Feed the Folks and Pray for America Event at the parking lot of Fit4Life Raeford, 4550 Fayetteville Rd Raeford NC (Beside East Hoke Middle School). We want to say THANK YOU to all of them! (4-7pm) Guest Speakers at 6pm. FREE HOT DOGS and drinks while they last. 3 Food Trucks: G-Ma’s Fried Ribs and Southern Cooking, Jamaica Flava and Taco Raepa. Fit4Life Raeford is doing a special $1 Enrollment for Police, Firefighter, EMS and Military! We’ll have a FREE GIFT for all (While supplies last) and will be collecting Nonperishable Food for local food banks. Let’s show these folks how much we appreciate them. SEE ATTACHED AD.
As you know, this election is SO VITALLY important, and we need all kinds of Poll Workers! There are many ways you can help from PAID and or VOLUNTEER.
- Be a Pollworker for the local Board of Elections PAID
- Be a Poll Observer for Hoke GOP VOLUNTEER
- Work outside a Polling Site for Hoke GOP PAID and VOLUNTEER
- Be a Door Drop Volunteer PAID and VOLUNTEER
- Absentee Ballot Observer VOLUNTEER
If you are interested email; email@example.com or visit www.defendyourballot.com
Hoke GOP SAMPLE BALLOT attached!
Attached is our Conservative Veteran Hoke GOP Sample Ballot. Take this to the poll with you. Share this with your friends. Use this as a tool to help SAVE HOKE, NC and AMERICA!!
SIGNS / DECALS / INFO CARDS
As of right now we still don’t have a headquarters however, a local business man, William Brownie Brown has allowed us to store signs and info at his business: Rockfish Uhaul, Pack and Ship store: 2950 Lindsay rd Raeford, NC 28376. You can swing by there during normal business hours and just tell them you want to pick up some signs. Trump all the way down to County Commissioners.
HARDIN BISHOP EVENT
Our future DA Mike Hardin, Gary and Cathy Gough and George and Wanda Little are hosting a Fundraiser Reception with Congressman Dan Bishop and Special Guest Congressman Jodey Arrington Friday September 25 from 6:00pm till 7:30pm at The Hardin Residence Pinehurst. (address provided upon RSVP). SEE ATATCHED AD for info or Email Olivia Maxwell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 979-450-6231.
FROM NC SBOE;
RALEIGH, N.C. – The following is a message to North Carolina voters from Karen Brinson Bell, executive director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections:
It is illegal to vote twice in an election. N.C.G.S. § 163-275(7) makes it a Class I felony for a voter, “with intent to commit a fraud to register or vote at more than one precinct or more than one time…in the same primary or election.” Attempting to vote twice in an election or soliciting someone to do so also is a violation of North Carolina law.
There are numerous checks in place in North Carolina that prevent people from double voting. Electronic pollbooks with information about who has already voted are used at every early voting site. If a voter tries to check in who has already voted, they will be prevented from voting a regular ballot. A voter will be offered a provisional ballot if they insist on voting, and this ballot will be researched after Election Day to determine whether it should be counted.
On Election Day, voters who have voted absentee are removed from the pollbook, which is updated before voting starts at 6:30 a.m. Absentee ballots that are received on Election Day are not counted until after the election, and this prevents double voting.
Also, the State Board conducts audits after each election that check voter history against ballots cast and would detect if someone tries to vote more than once in an election. Because absentee ballots and early voting ballots are retrievable, if someone tries to get around the system, their ballot can be retrieved and not counted, so it will not affect the outcome of an election.
The State Board has a dedicated investigations team that investigates allegations of double voting, which are referred to prosecutors when warranted.
If you request an absentee by-mail ballot but decide later that you would like to vote in person instead, you may. You should discard your absentee ballot. Do not send it back in.
If you have already placed your ballot in the mail but are not sure whether it has been accepted by your county board of elections, North Carolina offers a few ways to check the status of your absentee by-mail ballot without leaving your home.
- Check your voter record at the State Board’s Voter Search Tool to find out whether your ballot was accepted by your county board of elections. This information will appear in the voter record after a ballot has been accepted.
- Sign up for BallotTrax, when it launches in the next few days, to track your ballot through the system. BallotTrax is a new service that will allow voters to track their ballot through the mail and confirm receipt by the county board of elections, much like they can track their online order or pizza delivery. When it launches, a link will be available at NCSBE.gov.
- Contact your county board of elections if you have questions about their ballot status.
The State Board office strongly discourages people from showing up at the polls on Election Day to check whether their absentee ballot was counted. That is not necessary, and it would lead to longer lines and the possibility of spreading COVID-19.
North Carolina elections officials encourage voters to request their ballot as soon as possible and return it as soon as they are ready to do so. By doing so, you can track your ballot and ensure your vote counts.
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