One-stop voting sustained

The North Carolina Board of Elections voted on the appeal of Boone’s one-stop voting changes at their meeting Tuesday.

Approximately 60 people were in the room at the time of the vote when the board voted 4 – 1 against the appeal, sustaining the Watauga County Board of Election’s majority one-stop voting plan.

The majority plan, passed in a 2-1 vote by the Watauga County BOE on Aug. 12, allows for one early voting polling place, located in the Commissioner’s Board Room next to the Watauga County Courthouse.

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