The North Carolina Coalition for Verified Voting www.ncvoter.net
The North Carolina Coalition for Verified Voting is a grassroots non-partisan organization fighting for clean and verified elections. We study and research the issue of voting to ensure the dignity and integrity of the intention of each voting citizen.
The NC Coalition for Verified Voting worked for a new law, passed in August 2005, that requires paper records for all voting machines and random post election audits. The law also requires machine manufacturers to explain how their equipment works.
We encourage all voters to vote during Early Voting between March 3rd and March 12th. You can avoid long lines and bad weather and take advantage of same-day registration.
You can find your Early Voting locations by clicking here.
Click here to review your sample ballot , learn more about candidates and get information on your Election Day polling place.
If you have election questions or experience problems at the polls, please call the Election Hotline: 888-OUR-VOTE (888-687-8683)
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About us: The North Carolina Coalition for Verified Voting is a grassroots non-partisan organization fighting for clean and verified elections. We study and research the issue of voting to ensure the dignity and integrity of the intention of each voting citizen. The NC Voter Verified Coalition has consistently fought for increasing access, participation and ensuring the voter franchise. Joyce McCloy, Director, N.C. Coalition for Verifiable Voting email Join the NC Coalition for Verified Voting website www.ncvoter.net
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In August, 2005 the North Carolina General Assembly passed the Public Confidence in Elections Act, SL 323 which mandated that every voting system in the state produce or use a voter verified paper ballot. This law also set standards for voting systems software and for the vendors selling the software. North Carolina led the way as one of only a dozen or so states with a verified voting law at the time.
This law has been applauded by several national organizations including the Brennan Center for Justice, Common Cause and the Verified Voting Foundation. The law has been defended in court by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Even today we continue to work to protect the high standards of the Public Confidence in Elections Act while seeking new ways to ensure the voter franchise.
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NC Verified Voting Legislative Successes
SL 2005-323 Public Confidence in Elections Law - signed into law on August 26, 2005 - voter verified paper ballots. SL 2006-192 NC Election audit language improved. See SECTION 7.(b) G.S. 163‑182.2(b) signed into law on August 3, 2006. S.L. 2007-391 Ends the "No Match No Vote" policy in North Carolina that blocked thousands of eligible voters from registering to vote. Signed into law on 08/19/2007. See "Making sure it counts" in the Aug 29,07 issue of the Washington Daily News.
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