Enacts new GS 163-227.2(a2) to require every individual staffing a one-stop voting site to meet the same qualifications and requirements as individuals that are appointed as precinct officials under GS 163-41. However, provides that such individuals are not required to be residents of a specific precinct.
Amends GS 163-227.2(g) to require that employees staffing absentee ballot sites are either full-time employees of the county board of elections or an employee of the county board of elections that meets the requirements of GS 163-227(a2), as outlined above, and has received training equivalent to that given to a full-time employee (previously, could be an employee that had only been given training equivalent to that given to a full-time employee).
Bill H 116 (2015-2016)Summary date: Feb 24 2015 - More information
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