[State Board of Elections] Cancelled Emergency Meeting Notice for January 12, 2022 | Eastern North Carolina Now | Emergency Meeting Notice for January 12, 2022 has been cancelled.

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News Release:

Notice of Emergency Meeting - Cancelled


    This meeting has been cancelled pursuant to an order of the Wake County Superior Court, which granted the State Board's motion to stay candidate challenges against candidates for the U.S. House and the North Carolina House and Senate until final resolution of the litigation in North Carolina League of Conservation Voters v. Hall.

    The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at

    2 p.m. on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. Meeting materials will be posted on a rolling basis on the State Board's meeting website. Members of the public and the media may listen to proceedings as follows:

    Online: Webex

    By Phone: Dial (415) 655-0003, enter access code 2424 095 8818#

    Tentative Agenda

    Statement regarding ethics and conflicts of interest

    G.S. § 138A-15(e)

    Designation of multicounty district panel(s) to conduct hearings on candidate challenges under Article 11B of Chapter 163

    G.S. § 163-127.2(2)

    Adjourn


   Contact: Patrick Gannon
   Public Information Director
   Email: patrick.gannon@ncsbe.gov
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