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Exercising her statutory emergency powers, State Board Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell on Saturday issued an order mandating one-stop early voting hours on Sunday in the following 3rd Congressional District counties affected by Hurricane Dorian: Camden, Currituck, Dare, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell.
Exercising her statutory emergency powers, State Board Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell on Friday issued an order mandating additional early voting hours in the following 9th Congressional District counties affected by Hurricane Dorian: Bladen, Cumberland, Robeson, Scotland
Exercising her statutory emergency powers, State Board Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell on Friday issued an order mandating additional one-stop early voting hours in the following 3rd Congressional District counties affected by Hurricane Dorian: Beaufort, Carteret, Chowan, Craven, Greene, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Pamlico, Pitt
The State Board of Elections on Wednesday launched a website to keep voters informed about the effects of Hurricane Dorian on ongoing elections in the 3rd Congressional District, the 9th Congressional District and the city of Charlotte
As Hurricane Dorian approaches, the State Board of Elections encourages individuals eligible to vote in September 10 contests to consider casting their ballot during the One-Stop early voting period, which ends Friday (September 6).
The State Board of Elections on Friday certified the voting systems of three vendors for use in North Carolina elections. The newly approved systems, which are all used in other states, are: Clear Ballot: ClearVote 1.4; Elections Systems & Software (ES&S): EVS 5.2.2.0; Hart InterCivic: Verity Voting 2.2
The State Board of Elections on Tuesday unanimously selected Damon Circosta as State Board chair. The 5-0 vote came after State Board Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell swore in Circosta as a member of the State Board. He replaces former Chair Bob Cordle, who recently resigned.
The State Board of Elections on Sunday will consider the certification of three new voting systems for use in North Carolina elections. The Board will meet at 5 p.m. Sunday, July 28, in the Triangle Ballroom at the Cary Embassy Suites, 201 Harrison Oaks Blvd. Cary, NC 27513.
Candidate filing for city, town and village offices across North Carolina begins at noon Friday, July 5, and ends at noon Friday, July 19.
The N.C. State Board of Elections is seeking public comments from June 21 to July 12 on proposed rules changes related to the implementation of the new voter ID law, including the photo identification requirement for absentee-by-mail voting.
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