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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Meeting Notice for 10 A.M. Friday, December 18, 2020

Press Release:

    The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, December 18, 2020. Meeting materials will be posted on a rolling basis on the State Board's meeting website. Members of the public and the media may view and listen to the meeting as follows:

    Online: https://bit.ly/3mwvAVb
    By Phone: Dial 415-655-0003 and enter access code 178 746 4702#


TENTATIVE AGENDA

  • Statement regarding ethics and conflicts of interest
  • Approval of prior meeting minutes
  • Appointment to fill vacancies on county boards of elections
  • In re: Appeals of Election Protests filed by Paul Newby and Cheri Beasley, candidates for NC Supreme Court Chief Justice
    • G.S. § 163-182.11(b)
    • Consideration of appeal will be based on record below; no new evidence may be introduced. Counsel for candidates Paul Newby and Cheri Beasley will each have one hour for oral argument. Any briefs must be filed with Legal@ncsbe.gov by noon on Wednesday, December 16.
    • County boards shall hold and conclude all hearings related to the NC Supreme Court Chief Justice contest by December 9, 2020, and shall issue a written order by December 11, 2020.
  • In re: Referral by Wake County Board of Elections of Protest of Joan Erwin
  • Hearing on complaints against county board of elections members
    • 08 NCAC 03 .0102
    • Complaint by Rickey Wilson against Brenda Bowman (Camden CBE)
    • Complaint by Rickey Wilson against Sue Hicks (Camden CBE)
  • Adjourn


  • Contact: Patrick Gannon
  •     Patrick.Gannon@ncsbe.gov



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