Civitas SDR Lawsuit

Civitas Files Federal Lawsuit Against NC State Board of Elections
Demi Dowdy | Civitas Institute | November 22, 2016
http://bit.ly/2giR8n2

AUDIO: The Mark Shiver Show: Francis De Luca on the Civitas lawsuit filed with the NC State Board of Elections regarding the validity of same day registrations
http://bit.ly/2gHDzkD

AUDIO: The Pete Kaliner Show: Francis De Luca on the Civitas lawsuit filed with the NCSBE regarding same day registrations
http://bit.ly/2f6zKnY

Recount request, lawsuit add uncertainty to governor’s race
Associated Press | November 22, 2016
http://avlne.ws/2g3lDwr

VIDEO: Civitas sues, cites concerns about same-day registration
News & Observer | November 22, 2016
http://bit.ly/2gB9ceU

Civitas Institute seeks expedited hearing in NC ballot lawsuit
Associated Press | November 23, 2016
A conservative-leaning group has asked a federal judge for an urgent hearing on its lawsuit demanding the state verify addresses of voters who use same-day registration. The leader of the Civitas Institute filed a motion Wednesday for a preliminary injunction and an expedited hearing on the lawsuit filed this week.


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The Strained Relationship Between The News & Observer and Facts
Sister Toldjah | American Lens | November 23, 2016
With all the talk about “fake news” as of late, as well as the credibility hit the mainstream media took in the aftermath of the surprise victory of Donald Trump, you’d think news outlets would be taking concrete steps to make improvements in the accuracy of their reporting. Restoring the trust between readers and journalists by reporting the facts would be a priority, one might conclude. Such doesn’t seem to be the case with the Raleigh News and Observer (N&O).

Partisan Press Gets Caught Lying
@RaleighReporter | November 23, 2016
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