David Black speaks to WRAL about why he resigned
The two Republican members of North Carolina's state elections board resigned after signing off on the settlement to help voters fix absentee ballot problems. WRAL spoke with one of those men, David Black, about his decision to call it quits.
OUT TO VOTE EVENT WITH NORTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS. >>> MORE DEVELOPMENTS IN WHAT'S BECOME A POLITICAL FINGER POINTING OVER THE STATE'S ELECTION AND THE STATE BOARD OF ELECTION YESTERDAY AND TRANSCRIPTS WERE RELEASED OF A THREE HOUR MEETING HELD LAST WEEK. IN THAT MEETING. THE BOARD DISCUSSED AND AGREED ON CHANGES THAT MAKE ABSENTEE VOTING EASIER IN THE WAKE OF LAWSUITS. NOW STATE GOP LEADERS SAY THE CHANGES WILL INCREASE FRAUD WHICH COULD INVALIDATE THE ENTIRE ELECTION AND THEY'RE TRYING TO SCARE THE ELECTORATE AND VOTE. >> THAT'S WHEN I SAID, LOOK I I THINK I'LL GO AHEAD AND RESIGN. >> BLACK SAID RESIGNING WAS HIS DECISION AND HE DIDN'T FEEL