State Board Meetings

The Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement is the state agency charged with the administration of the elections process, as well as campaign finance, ethics and lobbying disclosure and compliance in North Carolina. 

The State Board will hold a public meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17 in the agency's boardroom on the third floor of the Dobbs Building, 430 N. Salisbury St., Raleigh. The full meeting notice and other materials are here.

 

Newsroom

Press inquiries should be directed to the agency's public information officer at [email protected].

 

 

 

Ballot Blog

Law Changes

 

On March 16, 2018, Session Law 2018-2, also known as House Bill 90, became law. The law, which Gov. Roy Cooper has challenged in court, created a nine-member Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement, including four members each from the Democratic and Republican parties and one member who is not affiliated with either of those parties.

Under that statute, the governor chooses four members each from lists of six nominees submitted by the state Republican and Democratic parties. Those eight State Board members then choose two nominees who are not affiliated with either party, and the governor selects the final member from those two nominees.

As the legal challenge continues, Gov. Roy Cooper has appointed all nine members. The new State Board oversees the elections process, as well as campaign finance, ethics and lobbying disclosure and compliance in North Carolina.

 

Rule Making

The State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement is responsible for the administrative Rules found in Chapter 8 of the North Carolina Administrative Code

To be added to the list of interested parties for rule-making conducted by the State Board of Elections, email [email protected] or mail to PO Box 27255, Raleigh, NC 27611-7255. The most recent notice of rulemaking is available here.