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Notice of Remote State Board Meeting at 11 A.M. Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Press Release:

  The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 23, 2021. 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/2XY4Ceq
By Phone: Dial 415-655-0003, enter access code 178 490 9013#


TENTATIVE AGENDA

  • Statement regarding ethics and conflicts of interest
  • Approval of prior meeting minutes
  • Appointment to fill vacancies on county boards of elections*
  • Executive Director report
  • Report from county board chairs on precinct sort data received after 30-day deadline
    • G.S. § 163-132.5G, as amended by Section 10.5 of Session Law 2020-17
    • Guilford, Halifax, Mecklenburg, and Northampton Counties
  • Continued recognition of N.C. Libertarian Party
  • Status of voters affiliated with Constitution Party of N.C. and N.C. Green Party
  • Consideration of proposed text of certain elections and campaign finance rules
  • Consideration of requests for waivers of campaign finance late filing penalties
  • Preliminary consideration of complaints against county board members
    • 08 NCAC 03 .0102
    • Complaint against Michael Aycock (Bladen CBE) by Larry Hayes
    • Complaint against James Cofield (Dare CBE) by Sandy Semans Ross
  • Closed session
  • Adjourn


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



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