NC House Passes Bill to Ban “All-Mail” Elections

The state House of Representatives on Thursday approved bipartisan elections funding and reforms to meet the challenges of COVID-19. Central to this bill was a total prohibition on “all-mail” elections in North Carolina. “Maintaining the security of our elections system must be a constant priority.” Representative Hall said. “During uncertain times, we cannot allow the …

On Friday, May 22nd, bipartisan legislation filed in the North Carolina House of Representatives proposes funding and reforms to ensure election integrity and safe voter access in the 2020 elections process. House Bill 1169 Elections 2020, sponsored by House Elections and Ethics Law Committee Co-chairs Rep. Destin Hall and Rep. Holly Grange (R-New Hanover), provides …

Pandemic Relief Legislation Unanimously Approved by N.C. General Assembly

The North Carolina General Assembly unanimously passed two Covid-19 response packages on Saturday, approving over $1.5 billion of funding relief for critical needs and extensive policy measures to help local communities address the crisis as the state safely reopens its economy. If you have concerns about this legislation please read the final paragraphs of this …