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The State Board of Elections invites the public to comment on three proposed temporary rules
 
Additions to the Bill Include Early Voting, Election Observer, Reforms.
 
Observers Are Already an Established Part of the Election Process
 
The North Carolina State Board of Elections has tried to illegally restrict election observers several times recently
The North Carolina State Board of Elections has tried to illegally restrict election observers several times recently
 
The Raleigh News & Observer clarifies why stepping away from the Electronic Registration Information Center is a good idea.
The Raleigh News & Observer clarifies why stepping away from the Electronic Registration Information Center is a good idea.
 
I wanted the Beaufort Observer Eastern NC Now readers to get a truthful and accurate statement after recent untruthful comments were posted by someone posing as me, Donald Shreve.
I wanted the Beaufort Observer Eastern NC Now readers to get a truthful and accurate statement after recent untruthful comments were posted by someone posing as me, Donald Shreve.
 
The guidance would make elections more transparent
 
The North Carolina State Board of Elections has tried to restrict election observers several times over the past two years.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections has tried to restrict election observers several times over the past two years.
 
On Oct. 13, the Wake County Superior Court ruled in favor of Republicans that at-large poll observers would have more flexibility than precinct-specific observers, but sided with the state’s board of elections that the absentee ballot deadline could be moved to a later date
On Oct. 13, the Wake County Superior Court ruled in favor of Republicans that at-large poll observers would have more flexibility than precinct-specific observers, but sided with the state’s board of elections that the absentee ballot deadline could be moved to a later date
 
Today, voters across the Tarheel State gained a vital win in Wake Superior Court for ensuring the integrity of our upcoming Midterm elections.
Today, voters across the Tarheel State gained a vital win in Wake Superior Court for ensuring the integrity of our upcoming Midterm elections.
 
In case you missed it in the midst of Hurricane Ian, the Charlotte Observer dropped a fact check on Friday confirming that Cheri Beasley believes that convicted sex criminals with MULTIPLE offenses should not be required to have lifelong GPS monitoring.
In case you missed it in the midst of Hurricane Ian, the Charlotte Observer dropped a fact check on Friday confirming that Cheri Beasley believes that convicted sex criminals with MULTIPLE offenses should not be required to have lifelong GPS monitoring.
 
A lawsuit filed by The Republican National Committee, the N.C. Republican Party, and Clay County GOP Chair Barbara Deas over state election rules comes just as early voting by mail began Thursday, Sept. 8.
A lawsuit filed by The Republican National Committee, the N.C. Republican Party, and Clay County GOP Chair Barbara Deas over state election rules comes just as early voting by mail began Thursday, Sept. 8.
 
fake stories falsely allege rifts - NYT and N&O
 
Critical state Supreme Courts seats are on the ballot in North Carolina this year, and political observers are recognizing the monumental impact these races will have this election cycle.
Critical state Supreme Courts seats are on the ballot in North Carolina this year, and political observers are recognizing the monumental impact these races will have this election cycle.
 
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
 
Following a hearing that included testimony against proposed election rules changes from several speakers, the Rules Review Commission voted against them
Following a hearing that included testimony against proposed election rules changes from several speakers, the Rules Review Commission voted against them
 
N.C. Rules Review Commission strikes down tighter rules for election observers for upcoming general election.
N.C. Rules Review Commission strikes down tighter rules for election observers for upcoming general election.
 
County complaints about the May primary led to the adoption of temporary rules.
 
Over the last week, the News & Observer and EdNC published articles about a modification to the principal compensation system included in this year’s state budget.
Over the last week, the News & Observer and EdNC published articles about a modification to the principal compensation system included in this year’s state budget.
 
Ted Budd Validates the Charlotte Observer’s Reporting that Working Families are FREAKING OUT About How the Inflation Caused by Biden Policies Supported by Beasley are Crushing Family Budgets And, of Course, the TV Ad Reeks of Cinematic Excellence
Ted Budd Validates the Charlotte Observer’s Reporting that Working Families are FREAKING OUT About How the Inflation Caused by Biden Policies Supported by Beasley are Crushing Family Budgets And, of Course, the TV Ad Reeks of Cinematic Excellence
 
Inflation remains at a 40-year high, and while Congress prepares to spend hundreds of trillions of dollars more, families across North Carolina are struggling with the higher costs of getting their children ready to return to school.
Inflation remains at a 40-year high, and while Congress prepares to spend hundreds of trillions of dollars more, families across North Carolina are struggling with the higher costs of getting their children ready to return to school.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper had an op-ed published today in the Raleigh News & Observer calling out the hospital lobby as an obstacle to Medicaid expansion in North Carolina.
Gov. Roy Cooper had an op-ed published today in the Raleigh News & Observer calling out the hospital lobby as an obstacle to Medicaid expansion in North Carolina.
 
You can attend a virtual meeting on the rules changes on July 28 and make a public commment Through August 8
You can attend a virtual meeting on the rules changes on July 28 and make a public commment Through August 8
 
The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America
 
Greetings my fellow Republicans, Many of you have already taken the training on being an Observer at the polls or have served in the past.
Greetings my fellow Republicans, Many of you have already taken the training on being an Observer at the polls or have served in the past.
 
Last month, the Raleigh News & Observer laid out a series of articles questioning conservative leadership at the University of North Carolina System and General Assembly.
Last month, the Raleigh News & Observer laid out a series of articles questioning conservative leadership at the University of North Carolina System and General Assembly.
 
At Thanksgiving, Americans reflect on their blessings and hope for uplifting family gatherings of togetherness and unity, with the Pilgrims used as examples of peace, harmony, and thankfulness.
At Thanksgiving, Americans reflect on their blessings and hope for uplifting family gatherings of togetherness and unity, with the Pilgrims used as examples of peace, harmony, and thankfulness.
 
In case you missed it, the Raleigh News & Observer reported that North Carolina is experiencing unprecedented police shortages. Chief John C. Tippett of the Scotland Neck Police Department says “ Ain’t nobody beatin’ the doors down to be the ‘PO-lice’ this day and time,”
In case you missed it, the Raleigh News & Observer reported that North Carolina is experiencing unprecedented police shortages. Chief John C. Tippett of the Scotland Neck Police Department says “ Ain’t nobody beatin’ the doors down to be the ‘PO-lice’ this day and time,”
 
Consistent with the statute on which the current regulation is based, the current regulation allows up to eight precinct-specific observers during the thirteen hours of election day.
Consistent with the statute on which the current regulation is based, the current regulation allows up to eight precinct-specific observers during the thirteen hours of election day.
 
Jim Geraghty of National Review Online notes a disturbing tendency among some political observers.
Jim Geraghty of National Review Online notes a disturbing tendency among some political observers.
 
The State Board of Elections invites public comment on a series of proposed rules related to the expiration of political parties, precinct observers, recounts and campaign finance.
The State Board of Elections invites public comment on a series of proposed rules related to the expiration of political parties, precinct observers, recounts and campaign finance.
 
About halfway down page 5 in this morning’s News & Observer, we learn that the newspaper has settled a decade-old libel dispute.
About halfway down page 5 in this morning’s News & Observer, we learn that the newspaper has settled a decade-old libel dispute.
 
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