AN ACT TO DELAY THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS OF S.L. 2018-144 IN ORDER TO ENSURE THE EFFICIENT ADMINISTRATION OF UNEXPECTED SPECIAL ELECTIONS. Enacted March 14, 2019. Effective March 14, 2019.
Bill S 214 (2019-2020)Summary date: Mar 14 2019 - More information
Bill S 214 (2019-2020)Summary date: Mar 11 2019 - More information
Includes several whereas clauses. Establishes that SL 2018-144 (Implementation of Voter ID Constitutional Amendment) does not apply to any election held in 2019 for which the filing period opens prior to September 1, 2019 (the date set forth in Section 1.5(a)(8) of SL 2018-144, by which the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement is required to notify each registered voter who does not have a North Carolina issued drivers license or identification card of the law's provisions).
Maintains all implementation and educational efforts by the State and counties during 2019 set out in SL 2018-144.
Repeals Section 2 of SL 2018-146, which provides that Part I of SL 2018-144 (Implementation of the Constitutional Requirement Requiring Photographic Identification to Vote) does not apply to any new election ordered under GS 163A-1181 in a 2018 election contest.
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