Board of Elections Dept. Alamance Board of Elections is a three member board appointed every two years to ensure fair, honest, impartial, and efficient elections on the municipal, county, state, and federal level.

It is responsible for the overall administration and implementation of the electoral process including maintaining city and county voter registration records, campaign finance disclosures, and voter education in Alamance County.
Updated 5/18/17

GOALSPROGRESS
Track the number of training classes offed to precinct officials for the Presidential Election. Goal – One class for each required position (judges, voting equipment assistants, greeters, curbside assistants and check-in assistantscheck
Track the percentage of precinct workers trained for the Presidential Election. Goal – Train 90% of the workers (judges, voting equipment assistants, greeters, curbside assistants and check-in assistants)check
Track the percentage of precinct workers that receive Photo ID training. Goal – Train 90% of the workers (judges, voting equipment assistants, greeters, curbside assistants and check-in assistants) * Note this Goal end up being "retraining" the workers NOT to ask for Photo ID because the law was overturnedcheck
Track the annual number of festivals, civic events and large turnout events with BOE participation for Photo ID education and voter registration and track number of new voter registrations and voter registration updates at events. Goal – Twelve events.check
Complete required logic and accuracy testing and calibration on all voting equipment prior to the Presidential Election. Goal – Test 100% of voting equipment used in electioncheck
Participate in the required Mock Election for the Presidential Election. Goal – Complete the Mock Electioncheck
List Maintenance – Complete required list maintenance required by North Carolina General Statute 163-82.14(A) by April 15, 2017 unless otherwise directed by the State Board of Elections. Goal – Complete 100% of list maintenance requirements by April 17, 2017.In Progress
Website – Post NVRA (National Voter Registration Act) Statistics: The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 is Federal Legislation requiring all states follow specific guidelines for tracking voter registration statistics. The Legislation assures voter registration opportunities are available and offered to all eligible voters. This legislation requires registrations are reported through DMV offices (hence the name “Motor Voter Act”) and public assistance offices. Regulations for the removal of voter registration records are also included and tracked in accordance with this act. Goal – Post statistics monthlycheck
Website – Monthly Voter Registration Statistics. Each month the BOE will post a report of the current registered voters in Alamance County by precinct, party, race and gender. Goal – Post statistics monthlycheck
Post current campaign finance reports within two weeks of receipt from the campaign. check
Mail voter cards within two weeks from the time the voter registration application/change was received in the office.
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