Welcome to CCTA on the Web!

The first duty of government is to defend its people and sovereign territory. Congress: Please secure our border and keep American interests first. #BorderSecurityNOW



February 19th, 2018

Jay Delancy

Voter Integrity Project

Election Irregularities in November 2018

Non-Citizens voted in North Carolina during the 2018 General Elections according to Jay DeLancy, Director of the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina.  DeLancy will explain how he knows this to be true as part of his presentation at the Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association (CCTA) monthly public meeting on February 19th in New Bern.

DeLancy will also cover irregularities in absentee voting in North Carolina as well as similar issues that have come to light in other states.  Depending on what comes from the evidentiary hearing by the State Board of Elections, there may be an update regarding Mark Harris District 9 Congressional election. 

As director of the non-profit Voter Integrity Project (VIP) of North Carolina, DeLancy’s mission is to restore trust in the democratic process through analysis, detection and prevention of voter fraud.   

The group’s data analysis has resulted in the discovery of almost 30,000 deceased persons on NC’s voter rolls as well as more than 500 registered voters who later evaded jury duty by claiming to be non-US citizens.  

VIP also raised questions that resulted in a three-state criminal investigation into 149 cases of suspected interstate-double voting.  To date, their research has triggered multiple criminal referrals, five criminal indictments and four felony convictions. Other cases are still pending prosecution.  

The Voter Integrity Project of NC was founded in 2011 by Jay DeLancy and John Pizzo. Their mission was to ensure free and fair elections to all lawfully registered voters.  Mr. DeLancy is a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, with military experience in conventional and nuclear operations with advanced degree work in journalism, business and political communication.  His past teaching assignments include numerous community colleges, Park University, Bluefield College, Liberty University, NC State University and a temporary position at Duke.

Your Participation in the process is essential.
Please come and learn how you can make a difference!

Get to know CCTA

In a friendly, relaxed atmosphere!

FREE and open to the public !


crowd jan 21 14

The CCTA public meeting is free and open to members and non-members alike. The meeting will begin at 7 PM in the Stanley Hall Ballroom. Refreshments and educational displays are available 30 minutes before the meeting.

Adequate parking is available directly across Pollock St. adjacent to City Hall and the Tax Offices where parking is free and open to the public after 5:30pm.

Our meetings are held at the Stanly Hall Ballroom, in downtown New Bern at 249 Craven Street (elevator) and 305 Pollock Street (stairs) second floor.

A number of restaurants are within walking distance if you want to come early and have a meal prior to the meeting.

Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to lower taxes, smaller government, individual liberties and protection of the US Constitution and the free enterprise system.  Membership in CCTA is open to everyone.

We meet every 3rd Tuesday for our Public Information Program Meeting.


Bring a Friend

 The meeting starts at 7:00 pm.
Refreshments and educational displays are available
30 minutes before the meeting.

Please share this invitation!

Listen to 
Wake-Up Call
 our radio program on 107.1 FM
Sunday morning at 11 AM.
Rebroadcast at 8 PM Sunday evening

CCTA Member Business Meetings are held on the
2nd Monday of the month at 6:00 pm.

Highland Park Christian Church, 905 Carolina Avenue, Trent Woods, NC

Design and Hosting by Right Coast Webs

The Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association is a grassroots, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, that advocates for minimum government and maximum freedom.
We are dedicated to the preservation of free enterprise and the United States Constitution. As such, we do not endorse or advocate for any political party or candidate.
Posts on our Blog and Website are often re-posted from other sites and are for informational purposes only. They should not be considered a political endorsement.
We consider ourselves to be Constitutional Conservatives and endeavor to promote those values and principles.
The tea party is not a political party and our identification and association with the tea party is strictly based on their similar beliefs
and activities as a grassroots movement to uphold and support the Constitution of the United States. Among its goals are limiting the size of the federal government,
reducing government spending, lowering the national debt, and opposing tax increases.
We do promote and encourage these values which should not be confused with or construed as a political endorsement of a particular party.
The news items, blogs, educational materials and other information in our emails and on our website are only
intended to provide information, news and commentary on events and issues. Much of this information is based upon media sources,
such as the AP wire services, newspapers, magazines, books, online news blog and news services, and radio and television, which we deem to be reliable.
However, we have undertaken no independent investigation to verify the accuracy of the information reported by these media sources.
We therefore disclaim all liability for false or inaccurate information from these media sources.
We also disclaim all liability for the third-party information that may be accessed through the material referenced in our emails or posted on our website.
Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 1043, Havelock, NC 28532 Phone (252) 649-0525