02 .0113 - NEW ELECTIONS ORDERED BY STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS

02 .0113. NEW ELECTIONS ORDERED BY STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS

(a) Eligibility to vote in a new election ordered in accordance with G.S. 163-182.13 shall be governed by G.S. 163-82.6.

(b) The date of any new non-municipal election shall be set by the State Board no earlier than 75 days after the date of the order for a new election. In the case of a municipal election where absentee ballots are allowed, a new election shall not be set earlier than 55 days after the date of the order for a new election.

(c) If a new primary is ordered by the State Board, no person who voted in the initial primary of one party shall be allowed to vote in the new primary of another party. County board documentation of the voter's participation in the initial primary shall be prima facie evidence sufficient to disallow the voter from participating in the primary of another party in the new election.

(Authority G.S. 163-22; 163- 182.13(c); Temporary Adoption Eff. April 15, 2002; Eff. August 1, 2004. Readopted by North Carolina Register Volume 34, Issue 01, July 1, 2019 effective June 1, 2019.)

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