Call to action!
Huge Proposed cuts to the Board of Elections budget
Board of Election budget cuts proposed by the county manager at last Monday’s County Commissioner meeting would be catastrophic! The county manager called for budget cuts of close to $725,000 to the Board of Election budget for this year.
- We would likely lose all but the Graham Early Voting Site.
- Weekend voting hours would be cut by half.
- The non-permanent employee salary cuts would cause major problems processing voters at the polls and at the BOE office.
- There would be cuts to funds for voting equipment maintenance and storage and to computer leases.
- Security for voting equipment storage sites and cybersecurity would both be compromised.
- Printing for paper ballots and other elections needs would be incredibly underfunded.
- Advertisement/voter education would be cut dramatically.
- No funding for COVID prep at election sites or the coming surge in processing expenses for absentee ballots is even included.
Call to ACTION!
The Board of Elections Meets tomorrow, Tuesday June 9th at 2:00PM. Here are links to the:
There is a email link that will take you to where you can leave written comments in the agenda.
Comments must be submitted by 5:00 PM TODAY Monday June 8th
Please, please, please submit comments and encourage others to do so.
District Court Judges
There are a total of four seats for our District Courts on November 3 we can vote for 3 candidates. Our candidates are not running “against” each other. They are each running for a different seats on the Court. District courts hear cases involving civil, criminal, juvenile, and magistrate matters.
For more information about the role of District Court Judges HERE
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It is definitely not too early to start planning how to vote in the 2020 election.
Here is a link to request an absentee ballot form in North Carolina. It is not too early to do this.
You can also call our local Board of Elections at (336)570-6755 and request that they send you an absentee ballot request form. Do it today!
If you’d like to check you registration status or register to vote the TimesNews has this nifty little page. HERE