Revised Agenda for State Board Meeting on Tuesday, June 16 | Beaufort County Now | The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. | board of elections, revised agenda, state board meeting, june 12, 2020

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Revised Agenda for State Board Meeting on Tuesday, June 16

Press Release:

    The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Members of the public may view proceedings online. Public meeting materials will be posted on a rolling basis to the meeting portal.


  • Statement regarding ethics and conflicts of interest
  • Executive Director Report
  • Approval of prior meeting minutes
  • Appointment to fill vacancies on county boards of elections*
  • Preliminary consideration of complaint by John Nix against Lenoir County Board of Elections member Courtney Patterson
  • Consideration of requests for waivers of campaign finance late filing penalties
  • Adoption of permanent rule relating to limitations on payments for residential property
  • Adoption of Hearings on appeal:
    • In re Bales (District Court Judge District 15B, Seat 3)
    • In re Tiryakian (District Court Judge District 15B, Seat 3)
    • G.S. § 163-182.11(b)(2):
    • (b) Consideration of Appeal by State Board. - In its consideration of an appeal from a decision of a county board of elections on a protest, the State Board may do any of the following:
      • (2) Request the county board or any interested person to supplement the record from the county board, and then decide the appeal on the basis of that supplemented record.
  • Adjourn

  • Contact: Patrick Gannon


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