State Board of Elections staff will host a public hearing Wednesday, March 13, to receive comments on proposed rules regarding the implementation of North Carolina’s new voter identification requirement.
Statement from Kim Westbrook Strach, executive director of the State Board of Elections, in response to the federal grand jury subpoena issued to the State Board regarding the 9th Congressional District election fraud investigation
The State Board of Elections on Monday unanimously set the calendar for a new election in the 9th Congressional District
State Board of Elections staff will hold a random drawing at 5:15 p.m. Friday, March 8, to determine the order of candidates on primary and general election ballots in the special election for the 3rd Congressional District.
The filing period for candidates running in the special election in North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District begins Monday, March 4 and ends Friday, March 8.
The State Board of Elections commends Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman, her staff and the State Bureau of Investigation for their efforts in bringing this serious election fraud from 2016 and the 2018 primary election to prosecution.
The State Board of Elections on Thursday unanimously ordered a new election in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District and two local contests in Bladen County.
The State Board of Elections will hold a public evidentiary hearing on the 9th Congressional District investigation at 10 a.m. Monday, February 18, at the North Carolina State Bar, 217 E. Edenton St., Raleigh. The hearing may take multiple days, and the State Board has reserved the site from February 18-20.
The newly appointed, five-member State Board of Elections will hold a public evidentiary hearing later this month on claims of irregularities related to absentee by-mail voting and other alleged activities in certain counties in the 9th Congressional District.
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Gov. Roy Cooper appointed five members to the new State Board of Elections on Thursday. The three Democrats appointed are Stella Anderson of Boone, Jeff Carmon III of Durham and Bob Cordle of Charlotte. The two Republicans appointed are David C. Black of Concord and Ken Raymond of Winston-Salem.