This anti-voter bill would inject needless meddling by extremists who seek to limit access to the ballot box. The so-called N. C. Election Integrity Network is up to “no good.”
Senate Bill 747 Would:
- Allow anyone to violate privacy and challenge legitimate ballots.
- Allow less time for voters to return their mail ballot, which could lead to thousands of ballots being rejected.
- Undermine same-day registration for hundreds of thousands of North Carolina Voters.
- Burden local election officials by introducing unnecessary new processes and procedures while, at the same time, limiting potential funding.
For your information and reference:
There is a shortened period of public comment (until June 23), and a hearing will be held on June 19 at 11 a.m. (You may attend the hearing virtually)
Please review the proposed rules.
We urge you to submit comments using the NCSBE portal to express your thoughts.
Comments should be submitted by June 18, since the hearing will be held on June 19.
Please review the comments at the link below for more information.