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The State Board of Elections today received word that Democracy North Carolina and other plaintiffs have filed a complaint in federal court claiming violations of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.
The Office of the Governor of North Carolina released the following statement after learning that three liberal advocacy groups filed a lawsuit in federal court against State Board of Elections (SBOE), the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
September 22 is National Voter Registration Day, and the State Board of Elections is encouraging North Carolina's 6.38 million voters to check their registration status online.
Judge James L. Baker was sworn in today as the third Republican member of the bipartisan State Board of Elections.
Wouldn't it be reasonable to assume that if we discuss a problem long enough we can come up with a solution? It doesn't work that way with public policy issues, especially in the selection of judges.
The State Board of Elections today set a special filing period for three judicial seats vacated by Chief Judge John Martin of the Court of Appeals, Superior Court Judge William Constangy (Mecklenburg), and Superior Court Judge Robert Johnson (Alamance).
The State Board of Elections and all county boards of election are controlled, by law, by a majority of members of the same party as the Governor.
Yes, state board member, Maja Kricker, really did rule at the State Board of Elections (SBOE) meeting today. Her opinion was the only opinion that counted when it came to the five member SBOE voting on one-stop variance requests made by county board of elections.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections reported Wednesday to the Joint Legislative Elections Oversight Committee on the effects of the state's new voter reforms.
Responding to a State Board of Elections investigation looking into the possible use of campaign funds for personal benefit, state Rep. Michael Wray, D-Northampton, has submitted a document to the board that is at odds with public statements he has made about his campaign fund spending.
The special filing period in three judicial races closed today at noon.