[M]any of the VPC mailings have gone astray, reaching already registered voters, the deceased, family pets, convicted felons, children and non-U.S. citizens. In Virginia alone, the state Board of Elections has received about 750 complaints from Virginia residents and state registrars about the third-party mailings — the majority concerning the VPC but some from the NAACP, which also works with the center.I first heard about this story on Mark Levin's radio program. Levin credited a blog called Disrupt the Narrative, which has been doing some great work investigating the background of the dubious Voter Participation Center.
The Times-Dispatch was contacted by two local residents who said they received voter registration forms from the NAACP for dead relatives. In one case, the youngest son of a woman who died more than 15 years ago received a partially filled-out voter registration for his mother at her former address, where the son now resides.
To lose fair and square is one thing. To have an election stolen out from under us is something else again. Kudos to Disrupt the Narrative for getting the word out about this latest potential threat to honest elections.