Following Monday night’s bipartisan N.C. State Board of Elections decision (a 3-2 vote) to only certify those voting machines that allow voters to verify their choices, the State Board appears to be waffling. The Board today announced a third meeting this week – this time on Thursday, August 1, at 11 a.m. — to stop this important step and certify new voting machines “as-is,” without this important modification.
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Democracy North Carolina’s Tomas Lopez released the following statement in response:
“We’re disappointed that the N.C. State Board appears to be waffling on its decision to only certify those voting machines that allow voters to verify their choices,” said Lopez.