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A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit unanimously reversed a lower-court decision to enjoin North Carolina's voter ID law and constitutional amendment on Wednesday.
A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit unanimously reversed a lower-court decision to enjoin North Carolina's voter ID law and constitutional amendment on Wednesday.
 
The State Board of Elections on Monday released a video of Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell informing North Carolina voters that they will not be required to show photo ID for the March 2020 primary election.
The State Board of Elections on Monday released a video of Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell informing North Carolina voters that they will not be required to show photo ID for the March 2020 primary election.
 
The first of four educational mailings about the photo ID requirement for voting, which takes effect in 2020, will soon arrive in mailboxes of North Carolina residents.
The first of four educational mailings about the photo ID requirement for voting, which takes effect in 2020, will soon arrive in mailboxes of North Carolina residents.
 
The State Board of Elections invites members of the public to comment on the proposed text of an amendment to a temporary rule pertaining to the photo ID requirements for absentee ballots.
The State Board of Elections invites members of the public to comment on the proposed text of an amendment to a temporary rule pertaining to the photo ID requirements for absentee ballots.
 
The bill removed student IDs as an acceptable photo ID for casting ballots. The first time university-issued student identification and state agency employee IDs could be used to vote would be 2021
The bill removed student IDs as an acceptable photo ID for casting ballots. The first time university-issued student identification and state agency employee IDs could be used to vote would be 2021
 
On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the "Voter ID" amendment) passed with 55 percent support.
On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the "Voter ID" amendment) passed with 55 percent support.
 
Despite the 4th Circuit decision striking down the NC Voter ID law, there are options that our Governor, Pat McCrory, and our state legislature can take to provide reasonable and common-sense measures at polling places next month.
Despite the 4th Circuit decision striking down the NC Voter ID law, there are options that our Governor, Pat McCrory, and our state legislature can take to provide reasonable and common-sense measures at polling places next month.
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued a statement following the ruling by U.S. District Judge Thomas Schroeder upholding all parts of the state's voter ID law...
Governor Pat McCrory issued a statement following the ruling by U.S. District Judge Thomas Schroeder upholding all parts of the state's voter ID law...
 
Candidate filing begins today at noon across North Carolina, with the State Board of Elections estimating that roughly 2,500 candidates will file before the deadline at noon December 21.
Candidate filing begins today at noon across North Carolina, with the State Board of Elections estimating that roughly 2,500 candidates will file before the deadline at noon December 21.
 
The State Board of Elections today released a new public service announcement regarding voter ID requirements set to begin in 2016. Ads are slated to run on television and radio through the 2016 Election Cycle.
The State Board of Elections today released a new public service announcement regarding voter ID requirements set to begin in 2016. Ads are slated to run on television and radio through the 2016 Election Cycle.
 
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
 
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
 
Incredible. It is amazing that something that is sooooo common sense is having such difficulty navigating through the conservative revolution
Incredible. It is amazing that something that is sooooo common sense is having such difficulty navigating through the conservative revolution
 
The most recent Civitas Poll shows North Carolina voters strongly support laws protecting the integrity and stature of the election process.
The most recent Civitas Poll shows North Carolina voters strongly support laws protecting the integrity and stature of the election process.
 
A group of Democrat senators has introduced a bill calling for JUST that.
 
The U.S. Supreme Court has lifted the block on North Carolina’s election-law changes for the 2014 campaign. It was a dramatic end to months of dire warnings, raucous debate, and courtroom machinations
The U.S. Supreme Court has lifted the block on North Carolina’s election-law changes for the 2014 campaign. It was a dramatic end to months of dire warnings, raucous debate, and courtroom machinations
 
With a quarter-million questionable voter registrations on the books in NC, it's no wonder the state elections board needs more investigators. That's also why sustaining and enforcing the state's recent voter reforms is more urgent than ever.
With a quarter-million questionable voter registrations on the books in NC, it's no wonder the state elections board needs more investigators. That's also why sustaining and enforcing the state's recent voter reforms is more urgent than ever.
 
The North Carolina Senate on Wednesday tentatively passed a hugely popular, common-sense provision that requires North Carolinians to show a photo ID when they vote.
The North Carolina Senate on Wednesday tentatively passed a hugely popular, common-sense provision that requires North Carolinians to show a photo ID when they vote.
 
It's looking more and more like the U. S. Senate race in 2014 is not going to be so much about Kay Hagan hanging with Barack Obama, but about a major schism in the North Carolina Republican Party.
It's looking more and more like the U. S. Senate race in 2014 is not going to be so much about Kay Hagan hanging with Barack Obama, but about a major schism in the North Carolina Republican Party.
 
Following nearly three years of debate, the state House Wednesday gave its approval to a bill requiring North Carolina voters to provide photo identification...
Following nearly three years of debate, the state House Wednesday gave its approval to a bill requiring North Carolina voters to provide photo identification...
 
House Republicans have rolled out their voter identification bill.
 
And, now we can add to that list: "infiltrate the State Board of Elections, and break the law."
And, now we can add to that list: "infiltrate the State Board of Elections, and break the law."
 
Is adopting a law requiring photo identification for North Carolinians to vote a common sense solution to voter fraud that has become - unnecessarily - highly politicized?
Is adopting a law requiring photo identification for North Carolinians to vote a common sense solution to voter fraud that has become - unnecessarily - highly politicized?
 
It's becoming increasingly clear that the state House leadership and the governor's office are working in tandem.
It's becoming increasingly clear that the state House leadership and the governor's office are working in tandem.
 
John Frank and the rest of "The Gang That Couldn't Report Straight" have found a state board of elections report showing that 613,000 state voters have NO photo ID whatsoever.
John Frank and the rest of "The Gang That Couldn't Report Straight" have found a state board of elections report showing that 613,000 state voters have NO photo ID whatsoever.
 
In Plato's Allegory of the Cave we read about a group of men who have been imprisoned by chaining them to a wall in a cave.
 
One of the first bills the North Carolina General Assembly will enact next year, and that new Gov. Pat McCrory will sign, will establish a photo ID requirement to vote in North Carolina.
One of the first bills the North Carolina General Assembly will enact next year, and that new Gov. Pat McCrory will sign, will establish a photo ID requirement to vote in North Carolina.
 
The 2012 short session has come to a close, marking a dramatic shift from legislative bienniums of the past, both in length and accomplishments.
The 2012 short session has come to a close, marking a dramatic shift from legislative bienniums of the past, both in length and accomplishments.
 
There was little hope when the 2012 short session opened that the State House would gain the Democratic votes needed to override Gov. Bev Perdue's veto of the voter photo ID bill - HB 351 - that originally passed both chambers in 2011.
There was little hope when the 2012 short session opened that the State House would gain the Democratic votes needed to override Gov. Bev Perdue's veto of the voter photo ID bill - HB 351 - that originally passed both chambers in 2011.
 
Voter photo ID (House Bill 351) has been dead in the water since Gov. Perdue cut it down with her veto pen last June.
Voter photo ID (House Bill 351) has been dead in the water since Gov. Perdue cut it down with her veto pen last June.
 
I'm writing this article to urge fellow North Carolinians to continue their support of the Voter ID bill (H.R.351) and to oppose any efforts by the Republican leadership in the NC General Assembly to compromise or water down the protections of the bill in any way, shape, or form.
I'm writing this article to urge fellow North Carolinians to continue their support of the Voter ID bill (H.R.351) and to oppose any efforts by the Republican leadership in the NC General Assembly to compromise or water down the protections of the bill in any way, shape, or form.
 
In Pitt County (according to an article in the 1/16 edition of the Greenville newspaper) your photo needs to be on file at the library in order to check out a book or to take advantage of other library services.
In Pitt County (according to an article in the 1/16 edition of the Greenville newspaper) your photo needs to be on file at the library in order to check out a book or to take advantage of other library services.
 
The SBI has been investigating voter fraud in Wake County after the Board of Elections there turned over information to the Wake County District Attorney.
The SBI has been investigating voter fraud in Wake County after the Board of Elections there turned over information to the Wake County District Attorney.
 
Six in 10 North Carolina voters disagree with Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue's recent veto of a bill requiring a government-issued photo ID to vote, according to a new poll released by the Civitas Institute.
Six in 10 North Carolina voters disagree with Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue's recent veto of a bill requiring a government-issued photo ID to vote, according to a new poll released by the Civitas Institute.
 
The "Gang of 5" (Cayton, Langley, McRoy, Booth and Klemm) voted against a resolution authored by Stan Deatherage and supported by Hood Richardson that would have petitioned the General Assembly to override the Governor's veto of House Bill 351.
The "Gang of 5" (Cayton, Langley, McRoy, Booth and Klemm) voted against a resolution authored by Stan Deatherage and supported by Hood Richardson that would have petitioned the General Assembly to override the Governor's veto of House Bill 351.
 
As someone who lives and dies by the strength of his opinion, on a variety of platforms, I am always intrigued by those who treat their opinions as something of an entity that is in constant transition.
As someone who lives and dies by the strength of his opinion, on a variety of platforms, I am always intrigued by those who treat their opinions as something of an entity that is in constant transition.
 
    In their July General Meeting, held July 5, 2011, Beaufort County Commissioners voted 5 to 2 in support of not asking our representatives in the General Assembly to override Governor Beverly Perdue's veto of the "Voter Photo ID Bill."
    In their July General Meeting, held July 5, 2011, Beaufort County Commissioners voted 5 to 2 in support of not asking our representatives in the General Assembly to override Governor Beverly Perdue's veto of the "Voter Photo ID Bill."
 
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