Election Boards Association of NC

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Welcome to the website of the Election Boards Association of North Carolina.

Our primary functions are:

  • To endeavor to bring about the general improvement and betterment of elections in North Carolina.

  • To promote greater activity and high efficiency on the part of Election Boards and its staff

  • To secure united cooperation in handling Election Board problems

  • To provide the legislature and other citizens with information necessary for the passage of sound election legislation.

  • To inform the public of the election process and encourage strong participation by all eligible persons

Please take a look at this site and its useful information. We would welcome any comments or questions.

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Members

District D-8 District D-7 District D-5 District D-6 District D-4 District D-3 District D-2 District D-1

Alamance

Benjamin R. Ansbacher

Bryan Wesley Ray

Dan Winslow Ingle

Dorothy Yarborough

Noah Read

Alexander

Jane Maupin

Karl W. Lenz

Martha H. Schronce

Nancy K. Sharpe

Twyla Price

Alleghany

Betty B. Richardson

Casey Jones

George L. Sheets

John McArthur (Mack) Murphy

Larry Cox

Anson

Annie Parsons

James Paxton

Lillie Rochelle Williams

Sherika Staton

Tracy Baynard

Ashe

Christine Arvidson

Jeff Boyer

Pat Beaver

Phillip Eugene Ryhne

Robert Edwin McClearen

Avery

Clay Crews

Minnie Carver Johnson

Patricia Gayle Culbreath

Teri D'Emilio Seegers

Thomas Gilbert Huskins, Jr.

Beaufort

Alice Sadler

Jason Williams

John B Tate III

Ranee Singleton*

Thomas S. Payne III

Bertie

Anthony Randolph Ward

Carol Ann Woodard

Ronald Roberson

Timothy Keith Davis

William Michael Freeman

Bladen

Deborah Belle

Patricia Sheppard

Brunswick

Boyd C. Williamson

Edward Lewis

Grant Randy Pelton

Rebecca Willis

Stuart Richard Smith

Buncombe

Elizabeth Newman

Jake Quinn

John Duncan Watson

Linda Block

Stephen Grady Duncan

Burke

Anthony Iovino

Linda Carlson Walker

Lonnie H. Kirksey III

Sandra Clark Walker

Trossie Watkins Wall Jr

Cabarrus

Joanna Dudley

Leonard Lancaster

Martin Ericson

Mary (Missy) deSouza

Mary Kathryn Ewart

Caldwell

Fred Piercy

Houston Groome

James (Pete) McIllwain

Morris Reaves

Wiliam (Bill) Stone

Camden

Brenda F. Sawyer

Rickey Wilson

Susan Hicks

Teresa Waller

William March Sawyer

Carteret

Charles F. Heal

Dale Gillikin

Jeanette Sexton Deese

Marjorie Stoy (Amy) Holland

Susan Victoria Cuthrell

Caswell

Fred Smith

Gladys Graves

Larry Clyde Cowan

Yvonne Saul

Catawba

Barry Cheney

David Wallace Hood

Geniey Yang

Jason White

Jesse David Abernethy

Chatham

Amy Meek

Charles Ramos

David G. Delaney

Laura A. Heise

Shelby Susan Clark

Cherokee

Craig Kirtland Allen

Gary P. Kilpatrick

Odis Edwin Adams

Patricia H. Ackerman

Sandra Elaine Solesbee

Chowan

Jerald Perry

John Guard

Linda Tiller

Lynn Partin

Robert Gale Reiheld

Clay

Gail D. Criss

Jerry E. Anderson

Keyla Celeste Youngblood-Stillwell

Patrick Margo

Paul Rohs

Cleveland

Ali B. Paksoy, Jr.

Debbie Clary

Douglas W. Sharp

H. Allen Langley

Mary S. Accor

Columbus

Bonita Kelley Blakney

Bonnie Inman

Brenda Blanks Ebron

JoAnn Garrell

Katherine Carwile Horne

Craven

Brian James Gatchel

Edward Dzioba

Matthew Paul Schwob

Ronnie Lovick, Sr

Zeda B. Trice

Cumberland

Bobby Joe Swilley

Floyd A. Johnson

Helen Nelson

Irene Grimes

Linda Devore

Currituck

Alex Marc Gottschalk

Alice Caton Malesky

B. Gary Mcgee

Karen Cubler Ish

Susan D. Johnson

Dare

James E Cofield Jr

James Nelson Clark

Kenneth Anthony Bukantas

Sandra S. Ross

Virginia Simmons Tillett

Davidson

Dawn Mitchell

Dr. Lewie Phillips

Jon Myers

Randall K. Lanier

Rita C Haire

Davie

Faye Cain Carter

Gary A. LeBlanc

Luther Potts

Robert Raisbeck

Selma Webber Suiter

Duplin

Angela B. Mainor

Augustin Jimenez

George Francis

Linwood Sanderson

Roland Penny

Durham

Dawn Yvette Baxton

Luke John Farley Sr

Michael Gray

Pamela Asberry Oxendine

Philip A. Lehman

Edgecombe

Carol Faye Bland

Florence A. Armstrong

Gloria Jean Lyndaker

John Wooten

Margaret Eva Sowerwine

Forsyth

Catherine Jourdan

John Loughridge

Robert Durrah

Stuart Russell

Susan S. Campbell

Franklin

(Mary) Rose Gill

Andrew Beal

Harry W Barrick III

Larry S Tucker

Sonravea Privette

Gaston

Chris Thomason

James W. Ragan

Robert Neunzig

Scott Roberts

Sheena Amos

Gates

Emily Cross

James Sears

Jimmy Eure

Karen Sims

Leslie Hill

Graham

Juanita Colvard

Keith Lamar Rogers

Lowell Crisp

Teresa Ghormley Eller

William Ditmore

Granville

Bonnie Clayton Breedlove

Diane Louise Garrison

James A. Wall, Sr.

Kay Wiggins

Sharyn Caprice Alvarez

Greene

Benjamin Lanier

Louis L. Joyner

Michele Dail

Patrick Greene

William E. Connor

Guilford

Carolyn W. Bunker

Eugene Ernest Lester III

Horace M. Kimel

Kathryn S. Lindley

T. Anthony Spearman

Halifax

Annie McCollum

Clarence Pender

David Hines

Ervin Griffin

Jane B. Watson

Harnett

Isabell Loytty McCormick

Joseph William Powell Jr

Steven Dale Blackburn

Tony L. Spears

William Linwood Coker III

Haywood

Danny Edward Davis

Doyle W. Teague

Elizabeth S Norris

Howard E. Sorrells

Russell Lyway McLean lll

Henderson

Christian Erik Stolz

Deborah Dante

Linda Rebuck

Mario Albert Polon

Robert R. Livingston

Hertford

Albert Flanagan

Byron L. Simonds

Jeri Pierce

Johnny R. Sessoms

William McCoy Pierce

Hoke

Gene Shelnutt

Gloria B. Hill

John Frank Harry

Lornette McCaskill

Walter Blue

Hyde

Alice MacKey

Geri Slade

Kathy Anderson

Lora M. Byrd

Sarah Homes

Iredell

Alan Carpenter

Chris Carney

James Dobson

Lelia Leverette

Paul Grey Mills

Jackson

Douglas Lee Cody

Gail Kluttz Debnam

Jean Ellen Forrister

Joe Ward

Kirk E. Stephens

Johnston

Deborah Hooker, PhD

Deborah S. Zink

Gordon C. Woodruff

John Shallcross Jr.

Shirley Bell

Jones

Martha Garris Rouse

Matthew Brinkley

Nellie Faye Brown

Robert Edward Jolly

Zack Amos Koonce III

Lee

Gilbert Moore

Harry Stryffeler

Jonathan Silverman

Rita McClellan

Susan M. Feindel

Lenoir

Courtney M. Patterson

Ella Moore Clarke

James Edward Godfrey

Lucinda B. Minges

Virginia Cox-Daugherty

Lincoln

Brian Crisson

Candace Dellinger

Donald Wise

Judy B. Caudill

Wayne Mitchem

Macon

Gary Dewayne Dills Sr.

Jeffrey Gillette

John Allan VanHook

Katherine L. Tinsley

Lynne Garrison

Madison

David Brian Ball

Dyatt Smathers

Jerry R. Wallin

Ray Lewis

Sandra L. Tolley

Martin

Donald G. Torrence, Jr.

Gloria Jean Spruell-Boyd

Ira "Derek" Price

Theresa Sharpe

William E. Newsome

McDowell

Della Watson

Jimmie Ray Hachadurian

Jonas D. Buff

Kay House

Thomas Ray Cline Jr.

Mecklenburg

Beverly Earle

Carol H. Williams

Elizabeth McDowell

John Gresham

Mary Summa

Mitchell

Anne W. Castro

Gregory Vern McKinney

Luther Stroup

Shane Alan Biddix

Tracy Deyton

Montgomery

Demond Hairston

Dree Thomas Wynkoop

James Curtis Carter

John James Adams

Mary M. Cagle

Moore

Elizabeth F. Mangrum

Richard Wallace Ashton

Robert Craig Kennedy

Sheldon Rappaport

Susan Adams

Nash

Kelly H. Shore

Kevin Neil Lewis

Marvin Arrington

Paige Harris Wood

Rosita Pugh Wiggins

New Hanover

Brian Calvin Watkins

Carter Jewell

Evelyn Bryant

Jonathan Washburn

New Hanover

Thomas C. Pollard

Northampton

Eugene Taylor

Myron Grueneich

Vickie Lynne Evans

Vivian Branch

Onslow

Glenn Carrington Spradling

Kevin A. Buffell*

Marcia Wright

Michael A. Morgan

Stephanie Moser

Orange

Clare Ann Brennan

Elvira M Mebane

Jason Matthew Roberts

Ralph (Jamie) James Cox, Jr.

Shawnee Marie Bigelow

Pamlico

Delcine R. Gibbs

Isiah Grice

James Tackett

Mary Helen Boone

Russell Richard

Pasquotank

Addie Griffin

Elizabeth Ann Godfrey

Frances Lynn Childs

Jacquelyn J. Brown

Michele Aydlett

Pender

Barbara Melluso

Collin Smith

Jeffery Ryan Trout

Louis Bryan Smith

Russell M. Fawcett

Perquimans

Devin Wilder

John McGowan

Mae McGee

Shirley Ashworth

Vera Murrill

Person

Jacqueline Green Booker

Kay S. Lowrance

Ryan P. Johnson

Thelma H. Lea

Zachary Andrew Wynne

Pitt

Debbie Lynne Avery

Derek Brown

Etsil S. Mason

Jeffrey Joseph Blick

Patricia Dunn

Polk

James David Moore

Michael Veatch

Renee McDermott

Ronald Scott Woodworth

Sharon M. Goettert

Randolph

C. Pierre "Pete" Oldham

Darren Allen

John W.(Bill) McAnulty

Margaret Megerian

Tiffany Alston

Richmond

A. B. Brown

Carlton L. Hawkins

Haywood E Walters Jr

Hazel Robinson

Hilda Pemberton

Robeson

Charles Stephen Stone

Karen D. Nance

Larry Marshal Townsend

Olivia Holmes Oxendine

Tiffany Peguise-Powers

Rockingham

Bonnie Hopper Purgason

Jeffrey Parris

Leanna Blackwell Lawsom

Royce Richardson

Toni Kapp Reece

Rowan

Catrelia S. Hunter

Dave D. Collins

George Washington Benson

John T. Hudson

Mary R. Blanton

Rutherford

Brian Wayne King

Edna Michael

Frances M. Lockwood

Linda Gail Parton

Robert McDowell

Sampson

Emily C. DeVane

George H. Wilson, Jr.

Harold Quincy Edgerton Jr

Horace Bass, Jr.

John Daniel Jackson

Scotland

Diana L. Johnston

Hal K. Culberson

Harriet Jackson

William Lewis Bullard Sr.

William R. Purcell

Stanly

Christy Bogle

Desi Shine

James A. Phillips Jr.

Joseph Boyd Speight

Ronald W. Burris

Stokes

Durward Bennett

Jennie L. Hemrick

Kimble Hairston McEachern

Michael O. Pell

Robert Robertson

Surry

Bill Hamlin

Donald Ray Isaacs

Drew Poindexter

Dwayne M. Carter

Jerry Frank Forestieri

Swain

Charles McMahan

Donald Thomas Woodard (Tommy)

Hannah E. Smith

John Herrin

William (Bill) T. Dills

Transylvania

David Patrick Morrow

Michael Hugh Wainwright

Pamela Bramhall Dashiell

Sara G. Champion

Vernon Lee McMinn

Tyrrell

Darryl Liverman Jr

Debbie Huth

Edith Deltgen

G. Cecil Lilley

Inetta Knight

Union

Blanca Gonzalez

Harry B. Crow, Jr.

Sanford Steelman

Shirley Bossbach

Tiffany Wilson

Vance

Catherine Clodfelter

David Frazier

James Baines

Sennica Nicholson

Vivian Bullock

Wake

Angela Hawkins

Erica Porter

Gerry Cohen

Greg Flynn

Keith Weatherly

Warren

Al Cooper, Jr.

David Woodson

Esther Terry

Joyce Long

Steven John Mullenix

Washington

Constancetene Garrett

General James

Josh H. Phelps

Melinda Porter

Thomas Jeffery Patrick

Watauga

Eric Eller

Jane Ann Hodges

Marvin Williamsen

Matthew Walpole

Nancy Owen

Wayne

Bridgette C. Cowan

Eddie L Edwards

Jimmy Edward Hull

Michael Bryan King

Rick Vernon Moore

Wilkes

Larry Pendry

Larry S. Taylor

Lynn Wellborn Day

Margaret Cooper

Timothy Brian Joines

Wilson

Chip Futrell

Doug Inscoe

George Douglas Leach

Robert (Bob) Brown

Wanda Davis

Yadkin

Claude Gray Wiseman

Ellen Reece

Jeffrey Smith

Larry Vestal

Walter G. Shore

Yancey

Brenda Gail Wilson

Charles W McCurry

Joey Keith Miller

Julia G Tipton

Troy G. Boone

Officers

2017 – 2019*
Executive Committee

Officers

President: John Shallcross Jr (Johnston)

First Vice President:

Second Vice President: Florence Armstrong (Edgecombe)

Secretary: Courtney Patterson (Lenoir)

Associate Secretary: Chip Futrell (Wilson)

Treasurer: Kevin Lewis (Nash)

Immediate Past President:

 

Representatives

District 1:
District 2: Allen Langley (Cleveland)
District 3:
District 4:
District 5: Tiffany Powers (Robeson)
District 6:
District 7: Angela Mainor (Duplin)
District 8: James Sears (Gates)

*Open positions are Members not reappointed to the County Board of Elections.

Bylaws

The name of the organization shall be Election Boards Association of North Carolina, Inc., hereafter referred to as the Association. The seal of the Election Boards Association is a round circle with the words “Election Boards Association of North Carolina” and in the center of the circle are the words “established 1991”.

Endeavor to bring about the general improvement of elections in North Carolina, Promote greater activity and higher efficiency with County Election Boards, Promote cooperation in the handling of problems of the County Election Boards,
Provide the citizens of the State and the Legislature with information necessary for the passage of election laws which will benefit efficiency and fairness in elections,

Provide information to the general electorate concerning the mechanics of the election process and encourage a larger number of participants in the voting process,

Refrain from supporting a political candidate or proposition in any election,

Foster effective communication among County Election Boards and with the North Carolina State Board of Elections, and

Promote increased awareness of electionshistory in North Carolina.

The members of the Association shall be composed of all members of the County Election Boards in the State of North Carolina who have paid their annual dues as stipulated in Article IV.

The annual dues required for membership in the Association shall be determined by a vote of the Executive Com- mittee subject to the right of the general membership to overturn the determination of the Executive Committee and to set annual dues at its discretion. Annually, the Executive Committee shall report to the membership the  total funds available and the amount of annual dues being billed.

A meeting of the membership of the Association shall be held immediately preceding or during the date or dates on which the North Carolina State Board of Elections holds its seminars.

The active members of the Association present at any meeting shall constitute a quorum.

The order of business at the meeting shall be as follows:

Reading of the minutes from the previous meeting, Receiving communications,
Report from Officers, Reports from committees. Unfinished business, New business, and
Election of officers and District Representatives, if required.

The order of business may be altered or suspended at any meeting by a majority vote of the members present. Procedures will be governed by the latest edition of Robert’s Rules of Order.

Special meetings of the Association may be called at any time in one of the following methods:

By the President,

By the First Vice President, the Second Vice President, or the Secretary upon the written request of the majority of the Executive Committee, or

By the written request of at least twenty (20) members of the Association.

A fifteen (15) day notice of any special meeting must be given by email to the members of the Association, and the notice must state the subject of the meeting.

The elected officers of the Association shall be:
President
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Secretary
Associate Secretary Treasurer
Immediate Past President
All District Representatives (8).

The above officers shall be voting members of the Executive Committee.

The officers of the Association shall take office as the last order of business prior to the adjournment of the meeting at which they were elected, and shall serve a term of two (2) years or until their successor is duly elected and takes office. The officers shall be eligible to succeed themselves for more than one term. A vacancy in any office may be filled
by the Executive Committee but only for the remainder of the term in which the vacancy occurred.

The President shall be the Chief Elected Officer of the Association, and shall preside at meetings of the Association and of the Executive Committee.

The President shall be an ex offi   cio member of all committees during his or her term and shall be an ex officio member of the Executive Committee for two years after
his or her term has expired. The President shall communicate to the Association and make such suggestions deemed to promote the welfare and increase the usefulness of the Association, and shall perform other duties as necessary.

Either the First Vice President or the Second Vice President shall perform all the duties of the President during the absence of the President.


The Treasurer shall keep an account of all monies received and expended for use of the Association, and shall make disbursements authorized by the Executive Committee or such  other persons as the active Association members may prescribe. All sums received shall

be deposited by the Treasurer in the bank or banks approved by the Executive Committee and the Treasurer shall make a report at the Association and Executive Committee meetings or
when called upon by the President. Funds may be drawn only on the signature of the Treasurer. The Treasurer is not authorized to issue a check when the amount will exceed $500.00 and when the total exceeds $500.00 the check shall require the signature of the Treasurer and the President of the Association. The funds, books and vouchers maintained by the Treasurer shall at all times be subject to verification and inspection by the elected officers of the Association. At the expiration of his or her term of office, the Treasurer shall deliver all books, money, and other property of the Association.

The Secretary and the Associate Secretary are vested with the administrative and management duties of the Association. These officers shall direct the activities of the Association and perform such other duties as may be defined by the Executive Committee.

Their duties shall include:

    Give notice for and attend all meetings of the Association and make provisions for and keeping of records of proceedings.

    Conduct correspondence and carry out all executive orders, votes, and resolutions.

    Keep a list of the members of the Association.

 

District Representatives shall plan district meetings and activities to promote the purposes of this Association within their elected districts.

DISTRICT 1

DISTRICT 2

DISTRICT 3

Buncombe

Alexander

Alleghany

Cherokee

Cabarrus

Ashe

Clay

Catawba

Avery

Graham

Cleveland

Burke

Haywood

Gaston

Caldwell

Henderson

Iredell

McDowell

Jackson

Lincoln

Mitchell

Macon

Mecklenburg

Surry

Madison

Rowan

Watauga

Polk

Rutherford

Wilkes

Swain

Stanly

Yadkin

Transylvania

Union

Yancey

     
     

DISTRICT 4

DISTRICT 5

DISTRICT 6

Alamance

Anson

Durham

Chatham

Bladen

Edgecombe

Caswell

Columbus

Franklin

Davie

Cumberland

Granville

Davidson

Harnett

Halifax

Forsyth

Hoke

Johnston

Guilford

Lee

Nash

Orange

Montgomery

Vance

Person

Moore

Wake

Randolph

Richmond

Warren

Rockingham

Robeson

Wilson

Stokes

Sampson

 

  Scotland  

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISTRICT 7
Brunswick Carteret

DISTRICT 8
Beaufort Bertie

 

Craven

Camden

 

Duplin Greene

Chowan Currituck

 

Jones

Dare

 

Lenoir
New Hanover

Gates Hertford

 

Onslow

Hyde

 

Pamlico Pender

Martin Northampton

 

Pitt

Pasquotank

 

Wayne

Perquimans Tyrrell

 

 

Washington

 
     
     

 

 

 

The election of Association officers shall be held biennially at the time and place of the regular meetings which are coordinated with the North Carolina State Board of Elections. Any active member, who has paid his or her dues and is in good standing as a member of the Association, shall be eligible for office and entitled to vote. District Representatives must reside in the district from which they are elected and be elected by active members of the district. Candidates who receive a majority of the votes cast shall be elected to the offices for which they are nomi- nated.

The members of the Executive Committee, including the Officers, and the District Representatives, shall on elec- tion, immediately enter the performance of their duties and shall continue in office until their successors are duly elected

The Association shall have seven (7) standing committees and the Chair of the Committees will be appointed by the President. The Committee Chairs are members of the Executive Committee but are non voting members:

Executive Committee, as set forth above.

Education Committee, consisting of no more than three (3) persons to be appointed by the Committee Chair.

Legislative Committee, consisting of no more than three (3) persons to be appointed by the Committee Chair.

Liaison Committee, consisting of no more than three (3) persons to be appointed by the Committee Chair.

Voting Equipment Committee, consisting of no more than three (3) persons to be appointed by the Committee Chair.

Bylaws Committee, appointed by the President and the appointee shall act alone in this position.

Historical Committee (Historian) consisting of no more than three (3) persons to be appointed by the Committee Chair.

The Executive Committee shall have the supervision, control, and direction of the affairs of the Association and shall execute the policies and decisions of the active membership, shall actively pursue the Associa- tion’s objectives and shall have discretion of the disbursement of funds. The Executive Committee may adopt such rules for the conduct of its business as shall be deemed advisable, and may, in the execu- tion of powers granted, appoint sub-committees or agents to work on specific issues or reports. The Executive Committee shall have a regular meeting at the time and place of the annual  meeting and shall report to
the membership on its activities

The Education Committee shall have the primary responsibility of providing educational programs to the general membership of the Association and the general public.

The Legislative Committee shall be primarily responsible for providing information to the State Legislature for the passage of election laws in the furtherance of fair and efficient elections.


Liaison Committee. The President shall maintain contact with the Executive Director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections and the Chairman of the North Carolina State Board of Elections. The Com- mittee shall have one person who will serve as liaison with the North Carolina Association of Directors of Elections and shall act alone in this position.

The Bylaws Committee shall have the primary responsibility of proposing and drafting such changes in the bylaws as may be needed from time to time.

The Historical Committee (Historian) shall be responsible for documenting and maintaining an accurate history of the Association and the history of elections in North Carolina.

When, in the judgment of the Executive Committee, any questions shall arise that should be put to the vote of the active membership, and when the Executive Committee deems it inexpedient to call a special meeting for that pur- pose, the Executive Committee may, unless otherwise required by these bylaws, submit the matter to the member- ship via email to each of the County Director of Elections, with the request that the email be forwarded to each board member of said county. County board members are requested to
acknowledge receipt of the email with their vote and to send their vote electronically to the email address provided. The question thus presented shall be determined according to a majority of the votes received within two (2) weeks after such submission to the membership, provided that, in each case, half of the votes cast, plus one, of these members responding in good standing shall be received. Action taken in this manner shall be as effective as action taken at a duly called meeting.

In addition to the officers as provided, the Chairman and the Executive Director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections shall be non voting members of the Association without the requirement of paying dues.

These bylaws may be amended or altered in whole or in part by a vote of those present at a duly constituted meet- ing of the membership, after first giving not less than ten (10) days advanced written notice of the proposed changes. Such notice shall be via email to the each of the County Directors of Elections with a request to forward the email to said board members and for each board member to acknowledge receipt of the email. Members of the Association shall be requested to cast their vote electronically and send their vote to the email address that is provided.

This Association is not designed nor intended to be a profit-making Association, nor is it founded with the expecta- tion of making a profit. The Association shall use its funds for the objects and purposes specified in these bylaws and the corporate charter and for no other purposes. No part of the earnings or any of the corporate assets shall inure to the benefit of any officer, director, or member of the Association. Persons entrusted with the handling of the Association’s funds may be required, at the discretion of the Executive Committee, to furnish, at corporate expense, a suitable fidelity bond.

The Executive Committee may adopt insignia, logos, colors, badges and flags for this Association as it deems de- sirable.

The Association may be dissolved by the vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the majority of its active members. In the event of dissolution, the residuary assets of the Association shall be turned over to one or more organizations which themselves are exempt as organizations described in Section 501(c)(4) and Section 170(c)(2) of the United States Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or the corresponding provisions of any prior or future United States Internal Revenue law of the Federal, State or local government for
exclusive public purposes. Determination within these rules with respect to distribution of the residuary assets of the organization shall be determined by a vote of the membership under the Rules stated in Article V (b) or Article XI of these bylaws. In the event the membership fails to exercise its right to determination by a vote as herein specified, the Executive Committee may determine such distribution under the rules as herein specified.

The foregoing bylaws were adopted as the Bylaws of the Election Boards Association of North Carolina, Inc. on the 22nd of August 1991. Subsequent amendments have been incorporated.

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