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State Launches Approval Process for Student and Government Employee IDs for Voting

State Launches Approval Process for Student and Government Employee IDs for Voting

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Credit - 24K-Production / Adobe Stock RALEIGH, N.C. (NCSBOE) — The State Board of Elections is encouraging eligible educational institutions and government agencies to apply to have their student and employee photo IDs approved for voting purposes in upcoming elections.  Beginning with the 2023 municipal elections, registered voters in North Carolina will be asked to present photo identification to vote. Student identification cards issued by North Carolina public or private universities and colleges, as well as employee identification cards issued by state and local government entities and charter schools, are valid forms of photo ID for voting when approved by the State Board. Many other types of photo ID, including driver’s licenses, also will be accepted for voting. Howev...
Asheboro WIC Office Relocating on April 19

Asheboro WIC Office Relocating on April 19

Government
ASHEBORO N.C. - The Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC) office located inside the Randolph County Public Health main building on South Fayetteville Street is moving to a new location. In a press release, Randolph County Public Health announced that as of Wednesday, April 19th, 2023, the WIC office will be relocating to Northgate Shopping Center at 1461 North Fayetteville Street, in Asheboro. The Northgate Shopping Center is also home to the County Board of Elections, Asheboro Police Department Substation, and the Adult Day Reporting Center. WIC’s phone number and office hours (Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm) will remain the same. WIC will continue to provide services to its clients at the satellite clinic in Archdale on Thursdays. If you have any questions, please co...
Newly Re-Elected Randolph County Commissioners Sworn In At Dec Meeting

Newly Re-Elected Randolph County Commissioners Sworn In At Dec Meeting

Government
ASHEBORO N.C. (RANDOLPH COUNTY GOVT) – Commissioners David Allen, Darrell Frye, and Hope Haywood were sworn in during the December 5 Randolph County Commissioners Board Meeting after being reelected during the midterm elections. Judge James (Jimmy) Hill administered the oath of office to the three commissioners as well as three Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors William T. Alston, Carrie Guess-Slatosky, and Brian Ward. At the meeting, the board elected Darrell Frye as chairman, and David Allen as Vice Chairman of the Board, effective January 2023. Both Frye and Allen served as Chairman and Vice-Chairman respectively in 2022. Commissioner Frye’s reelection to the Board marks the start of his eleventh consecutive four-year term. “To the citizens, I thank you for r...