NCGOP Chairman’s Statement on Rules Commission Election Regulation Decision | Beaufort County Now | The NCGOP applauds the Rules Commission’s unanimous rejection of the election law changes proposed by the State Board of Elections | NCGOP, chairman, statement, rules commission, election regulation, decision, may 22, 2020

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NCGOP Chairman’s Statement on Rules Commission Election Regulation Decision

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“The NCGOP applauds the Rules Commission’s unanimous rejection of the election law changes proposed by the State Board of Elections because they are unnecessary, ambiguous, and exceed the Board’s authority. We strongly encourage everyone to exercise their right to vote in whichever way they feel comfortable, including absentee voting, early voting and voting on election day - all of which are currently allowed under North Carolina law.”
  — NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley





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  •     communications@ncgop.org



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