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Attention Henderson County

 Every Tuesday at 5PM, The Board of Elections

Opens and Counts Absentee Ballots.

You need to be there to make sure they are following the state statutes. 

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What: Henderson County Board of Elections to inspect and open absentee ballots to run through the machines. 

When: Every Tuesday, 5PM

Where: Henderson County Board of Elections, 75 E Central St, Hendersonville, NC 28792

(Behind O'Reilly's Auto Parts)

What we are doing ... 

Seting up the Election Integrity Permanent Infrastructure Committee (1)  

Description:  County Board of Elections Liaison (Leads all local Task Force Interactions with County Board of Elections) Election Integrity Network - Who's Counting with Cleta Mitchell (

a) Every BOE member inspects every container (envelope) to assure there is a witness signature/notary.

b) All BOE members open the containers. Lay ballots flat.

c) Ballots are run through the machine.

d) The number of containers (envelopes) must equal the number of ballots.  (Ask to see the receipt.)  

Don't be afraid to ask questions before or after the process.  They need to see us and understand we are watching.  Be nice.  

REMEMBER From the Training:  We need to make this a permanent committee along with the others below.  For this primary, we can establish (1) and (2) Poll Observers, employees, and greeters (Recruited & trained at all voting locations.)  After this Primary, we continue to meet and work to establish the other committees.  There will be Zoom and in-person meetings to accomplish this.  Thanks!!    

FYI:  You will be given access behind the firewall if you have created an account and we have vetted you.  Please sign up at  Saturday's Power Points and videos are up there.  Please check back often because more information and videos will be uploaded.  Call Jane if you have questions:  209 986 3845.  

This is how we establish a Permanent Infrastructure in every county!

We must establish committees to address each of these 8 components of election integrity.

This is how we build a permanent infrastructure. Citizens Guide to Building an Election Integrity Infrastructure: Election Integrity Network - Who's Counting with Cleta Mitchell (

Heritage Action for America Save Our Elections | Policy Recommendations for Election Law

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The NCEIT training day in Asheville on Saturday at the Malvern Hills Presbyterian Church was awesome! The room, food, and most of all, the presentation was par none, excellent. 

Participants left with lots of hand-outs, information, and sign-up access to resources on the NCEIT website.  

Special shout outs to Mary Ann and Tom Braine for working with Bob Penland to secure the great room we were in at the church. Thank you, Bob! Mary Ann and Tom were also very instrumental in spreading the word in Buncombe.  

Our crew made set up on Friday night and take down on Saturday easy. Thank you!  Paul, Barbara, Linda, Beatrice, Tom, Mary Ann, Casey, Leigh, Conrad, and Kathy, Suzanne. Hope I didn't miss anyone!  

Report on NCEIT In-Person Training in Asheville, 4/23/2022

Making it Easy to Vote but Hard to Cheat!

The lunches were compliments of Heritage Action for America who is supporting the election integrity effort nationwide. The hero, iced tea, and two cookies were a big hit!  Thank you, Melody Clarke, Senior Regional Coordinator, Heritage Action for America

Save Our Elections | Policy Recommendations for Election Law

Of course, our star of the day was Jay Delancey, CEO of Voter Integrity Project.  Outstanding presentation.  So much information!  The instructional videos were a big hit.  They are posted on Member Resources on NCEIT along with the Power Point instruction.  We've been working with Jay for a decade, and he never ceases to amaze.  Thank you, Jay!  

We will be scheduling follow up training on the Eight Systems of Election Integrity and subsequent poll observer videos.  Please continue to check the website for updates on the resources and videos.  

If you did not come to the training, consider joining our team.  Contact Jane at 209 986 3845 and absolutely create an account on  

Great day!  Our next in-person training is this Saturday, April 30th in Statesville, NC.  We will take a break for the primary and the summer and resume in-person training the end of August. However, we will be having Zoom meetings.   

Tell your friends!  We are getting ready for November and beyond.  Remember, we are building that permanent army of election integrity warriors!  We must never allow 2020 to happen again.  

My Best,  Jane

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NCEIT Training and Resources Make You a Better Poll Observer.

But, to be admitted into the election site, you need to sign-up with your political party of choice to become a poll observer.

Buncombe County Poll Observer Contacts

Henderson County Poll Observer Contacts

To be admitted into the election site, you need to sign-up with your political party of choice five days prior to your days of choice. 

If you have any difficulty, please contact our NCEIT team member Jane 209 986 3845 to resolve the issue. Thanks.

Friday, April 29th, 6 - 8PM:  Election Integrity Townhall, presented by We The People.  Discussing the Truth, Data, and Evidence of the Nov 3rd election. Mills River Community Center, Mills River

Speaker:  The Professor David, K. Clements.  You must register here

Election Integrity News

SAVE THE DATES: June 10th - 11th: NCEIT Summit. Free to the first 300 sign-ups. Details coming soon.

Whistle Stop Tour for NCEIT begins June 20th to June 25. Tea Party Patriots Jenny Beth Martin will begin in Murphy and work her way East for 13 stops. Locations and dates coming soon!