This is photo is an exaggeration, but this is what can happen if voter rolls are left to Gov Cooper controlled Board of Elections Offices to remove voters from the rolls after their death. During a Columbus County, September 13, 2021 Board of Elections meeting, the Board REFUSED to give a timetable on how long it takes to have your love one removed from the rolls. Their response was (paraphrased) "If the family member feels like their loved one should be removed after one day, then have them contact our office."
These eyewitness accounts of voter impersonation fraud show why voter ID reforms are so badly needed in NC and the rest of America. In all cases, the witnesses were powerless to stop the civil rights crimes from being committed.(CLICK LINK)
If you watched the video, you saw people tell what they saw. People voting under the name of someone else. Don't wait for the wheels of bureaucracy to slowly turn to have your loved one removed from voter rolls. While those wheels are turning, there are ways that some criminal can use you loved ones name to vote - just like in the video you watched.
See the law for yourself, or read my paraphrase below: https://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2017/s824
REMOVE YOUR FAMILY MEMBER FROM VOTER ROLES AFTER DEATH
Don’t let criminals use his/her name after death to cheat during the next election
Print out form. Fill it out and mail to your board of elections.
If you live if COLUMBUS COUNTY, mail to this address:
Columbus County Board of Elections
2322 James B White Highway N Ste A
Whiteville, NC 28472
Your local funeral home can also help you with this.
90-210.25C. Notification Forms for Deceased Voters
(a) At the time funeral arrangements are made, a funeral director or funeral service licensee is encouraged to make available to near relatives of the deceased a form upon which the near relative may report the status of the deceased voter to the board of elections of the county in which the deceased was a registered voter.
(b) A funeral director or funeral service licensee may obtain forms for reporting the status of deceased voters from the county board of elections.