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As you surely know, the date of the General Election is November 8, 2016, and Washington law unambiguously provides that ballots may be mailed up to and including November 8.
As a citizens and voter in North Carolina, I am writing with alarm to strenuously object to your holding an “emergency meeting” at 4 pm today, as there has been inadequate notice and opportunity to participate by the vast majority of North Carolina voters who may potentially be disenfranchised by a decision to have the State Board of Elections take away jurisdiction over counting of absentee and provisional ballots from County Boards of Election, including the BOE for my home county of Durham NC where I voted on election day.
It provides for a court, acting on the affidavit of an elector, to order the correction of an error or wrongful act, or order a duty to be performed, including where “[t]he name of any person has been or is about to be wrongfully placed upon the ballots.” RCW 29A.68.011(3).
REPORT To the Honorable Mayor and City Council From the City Manager June 9, 2014 SUBJECT Resolution of Intent to Establish a Community Benefit Improvement District in Downtown Redwood City, a Motion Authorizing the City Manager to Sign the Cityowned Property Petitions in Support of the Community Benefit Improvement District, and Motion Authorizing the City Manager to Vote Yes on the CBID once the City’s property ballots are received.
Ballots shall be made available by the Avakin Academy, and completed ballots shall be received and tabulated by CMA designated by Constantine’s Foundation.
According to our observers, the voting process has largely started at the time prescribed by law, namely by opening the ballots boxes at 7:00 am, with the exception of some polling stations, including:
Ballots, together with the exact text of an issue for decision shall be included in the notice of the meeting to which they relate.
Our results are based on studying over 46 million vote choices from approximately three million ballots cast across Florida in the 2000 general election.
From 2005 to 2007, the trial focused on issues related to the adoption and implementation of voter-verified paper ballots.