2005 North Carolina Code - Chapter 163 — Elections and Election Laws.

Article 1 - Time of Primaries and Elections. Article 2 - Time of Elections to Fill Vacancies. Article 3 - State Board of Elections. Article 4 - County Boards of Elections. Article 4A - Political Activities by Board of Elections Members. Article 5 - Precinct Election Officials. Article 6 - Qualifications of Voters. Article 7 - Registration of Voters. Article 7A - Registration of Voters. Article 8 - Challenges. Article 8A - HAVA Administrative Complaint Procedure. Article 9 - Political Party Definition. Article 10 - Primary Elections. Article 11 - Nomination by Petition. Article 11A - Resign-to-Run. Article 12 - Precincts and Voting Places. Article 12A - Precinct Boundaries. Article 13 - General Instructions. Article 14 - Voting Systems. Article 14A - Voting. Article 15 - Counting Ballots, Canvassing Votes, and Certifying Results in Precinct and County. Article 15A - Counting Official Ballots, Canvassing Votes, Hearing Protests, and Certifying Results. Article 16 - Canvass of Returns for Higher Offices and Preparation of State Abstracts. Article 17 - Members of the United States House of Representatives. Article 18 - Presidential Electors. Article 18A - Presidential Preference Primary Act. Article 19 - Petitions for Elections and Referenda. Article 20 - Absentee Ballot. Article 21 - Military Absentee Registration and Voting in Primary and General Elections. Article 22 - Corrupt Practices and Other Offenses against the Elective Franchise. Article 22A - Regulating Contributions and Expenditures in Political Campaigns. Article 22B - Appropriations from the North Carolina Political Parties Financing Fund. Article 22C - Appropriations from the North Carolina Candidates Financing Fund. Article 22D - The North Carolina Public Campaign Financing Fund. Article 22E - Electioneering Communications. Article 22F - Mass Mailings and Telephone Banks: Electioneering Communications. Article 23 - Municipal Election Procedure. Article 24 - Conduct of Municipal Elections. Article 25 - Nomination and Election of Appellate, Superior, and District Court Judges.

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