A federal court has issued an injunction against a small part of SB 747, which recently became law and would further strengthen the security of elections in North Carolina.
NC House Speaker Tim Moore and House Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform Chairman Rep. Grey Mills have released the following statement:
“The vast majority of Senate Bill 747 is still in effect including increased poll observer access, bans on special interest money funding election offices, and making election day the last day to receive absentee ballots. The court order requires relatively minor changes to one small part of the bill, and we are working with our attorneys and the State Board of Elections to ensure that the entire bill is in effect before the primary and general elections this year. We will never stop fighting for election integrity on behalf of North Carolina’s voters.”