Tag "Forsyth County Board of Elections"

WSSU, IFB among possible early voting sites

    WSSU, IFB among possible early voting sites

Early voting sites at Winston-Salem State University and Industries for the Blind are among those being debated by the Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) for the general election.

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Forsyth to get new voting machines by 2018

    Forsyth to get new voting machines by 2018

Forsyth County Board of Elections Director Tim Tsujii outlined the long process for getting new voting machines with Forsyth County commissioners on Thursday, May 19.

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Another form of voter suppression?

    Another form of voter suppression?

To The Editor: The Forsyth County Board of Election’s meeting on Thursday, December 17, (W-S Journal on 12/18/15) was an extremely important meeting that dealt with early voting sites for

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El-Amin to appeal drop of WSSU as early voting site

    El-Amin to appeal drop of WSSU as early voting site

Photo by Todd Luck Fleming El-Amin makes his case as Ken Raymond and Stuart Russell listen during last week’s meeting of the Forsyth County Board of Elections. By Todd Luck

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’13 law leads Forsyth to call for more poll workers

    ’13 law leads  Forsyth to call for more poll workers

In above photo: Elections Board member Fleming El-Amin, left, and Chairman Ken Raymond listen to the discussion by other board members.

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Forsyth County Board of Elections tackles voting law changes

    Forsyth County Board of Elections tackles voting law changes

In photo above: Forsyth County Board of Elections Director Steve Hines (Photo by Todd Luck) Voter ID requirements and pre-registration

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Editorial: Kudos to the Board of Elections for working to educate voters

    Editorial: Kudos to the Board of Elections for working to educate voters

In photo above: Forsyth County Board of Elections Chairman Ken Raymond. (Photo by Todd Luck) At its monthly meeting on

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Muslims don’t want faith marred by actions of a few

    Muslims don’t want faith marred by actions of a few

Imam Khalid Griggs, an associate chaplain at Wake Forest University and leader of the Community Mosque, said in the aftermath

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Voters and Girl Scouts)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Voters and Girl Scouts)

Registered voters staying home To the Editor: In Forsyth County, only 44 percent of eligible voters decided to vote. Why

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Few election night surprises

    Few election night surprises

(pictured above:  State Rep. Ed Hanes Jr., School Board member Elisabeth Motsinger and Tripp Jeffers (right) check election results at

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