North Carolina universities haven't signed off on student IDs for voting

WRAL,  February 27, 2019

So far, none of the state's public universities has filed required paperwork to allow their students to use campus IDs at the polls. A State Board of Elections spokesman said he did not believe any of the state's 58 community colleges or any private universities had completed the process either.

The deadline hits in a little more than two weeks, though legislation was put in Monday to delay that until September. ...

North Carolina's voter ID law, added to the state constitution by voters in November and fleshed out with a number of rules by legislators in December, requires campus officials to confirm a number of things about student IDs at their college, including that the school has confirmed a student's identity.

By Travis Fain

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