The North Carolina NAACP wants to know whether incompetence or ill intent steered a national women's organization to cast a net of misinformation and confusion across the state with mass mailings and automated calls days before North Carolina took center stage in May 6 primary elections. Among the red flags: * WVWV mailings were sent in late April - after the April 1 1 mail-in registration deadline had passed for state and national primary elections. * North Carolina debuted as a model for southern states of same-day registration and early voting procedure - a result of the state NAACP's successful effort last year to offer one-stop registration and early voting. * Mailings gave incorrect information and instructions, telling people they had to wait on the mailing to register or needed to update records, when they, by law, did not. * The two automated calls deliver contrasting messages.
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