Give the NCBE input on rules around voter ID

The NC Board of Elections has a public comment portal as part of the rule-making process to solidify how county boards of election will offer free photo ID to voters.

You can offer your comments online here before March 15, or you can appear in person for the hearing on March 13.

These rules will impact how the county boards distribute their free ID cards, how colleges and universities will be mandated to approve student IDs, and what kind of exceptions will allowed. Democracy NC has a list here of ideas for what voter-friendly comments to suggest.


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