Where do we start? Do we attend school board meetings to ask if they support Critical Race Theory (CRT), Common Core, and diversity of sexuality and gender lessons in classrooms as young as Kidnergarten? We know the answer is yes.
Do we vet candidates for offices again? We we invite them to meetings and ask them questions? Again the answer is probably yes.
Since our elections are so vulnerable to manipulation, what can we really do?
Talk to our state representatives, Senator Warren Daniel and Rep. Destin Hall. Urging them to support election reform is of the highest priority. Without free and fair elections, does anything else matter?
If we vet and endorse THE BEST CANDIDATE, but our elections are rigged, what difference does it make? What if we just compare candidates and let people decide on their own? Which was the premise of our voter guide.
Our Caldwell County state representatives (below) and the other NC state representatives are responsible for voting laws in North Carolina.
NC Senator Warren Daniel (919) 715-7823
NC Representative Destin Hall (919) 733-4111
Voting is a states’ issue. To state the obvious, we don’t want the suspect voting systems in our state – ES&S, Smartmatic, and Dominion. No tabulators should connect to the internet in anyway (wifi, ethernet, dial-up). Paper ballots are most secure and provide a paper trail in an audit, therefore touch-screen machines should be banned. All voting sytems should all be subject to programming code inspection and audit. Simple, right? Photo voter ID required in all cases.
There are two objectives in this article, 1) focus on school board and their election, and 2) election reform and protection.
What do we do? What interest do you have in the process? I would appreciate your feedback in the comments.