Why Can’t a North Carolina Citizen Vote in NC

John explains how his voter’s registration was cancelled by the state when correspondence to the Board of Elections revealed that he was a citizen of North Carolina, and not a national United States citizen.

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5 years ago

“John explains how his voter’s registration was cancelled…”

The phrase “was cancelled” implies that the State of North Carolina did this to him.

The FAQ and instructions on NCRepublic.org clearly indicate one must voluntarily “change your allegiance from the de facto state to the de jure State”.

This action is explained in step 8 of Declare Your Citizenship:

“Cancel your voter’s registration in the de facto state. (You have registered to vote in the de jure State in Step 2 above. A citizen can only vote within one body politic.)”.