To Jay DeLancy, North Carolina is fraught with voter fraud and the state is doing nothing about it.
So the former Air Force veteran has taken matters into his own hands and vows, as he sees it, to save the system from eroding honest elections.
DeLancy launched the Voter Integrity Project more than three years ago, leading a band of volunteers in scouring public records and knocking on doors to root out irregularities in voter rolls.
It’s tedious work, and DeLancy has generated mixed results as well as a measure of controversy.
Key takeaway: “After three years of work and countless volunteer hours, DeLancy has no cases of fraud to show.”