AN ACT TO IMPLEMENT THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION TO VOTE.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.
Deletes the provision allowing the Bipartisan State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement (State Board) to spend the entirety of the Voter Education Fund for the implementation of the act and makes the following appropriations instead. Appropriates $2.25 million for 2018-19 from the General Fund to the State Board, with $750,000 used to implement the act and that may be used to create temporary positions at the State Board. Requires the State Board to transfer to the Division of Motor Vehicles, Department of Transportation, up to $1.5 million for 2018-19 for the loss of revenues resulting from implementing the act. Appropriates $850,000 from the General Fund to the North Carolina Public Campaign Fund for 2018-19; requires that the State Board allocate these funds to county boards of elections for maintenance grants for printing equipment.
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