Unreal. Hitting the ground running by making it harder to vote:
The move followed an attempt by the board’s newest member, Eddie Woodhouse, to reverse decisions the board made in June to hold early voting on Sundays and open an early-voting site at N.C. State University. Woodhouse motioned to eliminate both, but his effort failed.
Woodhouse is a Republican and former Raleigh City Council candidate who replaced former chairman Brian Ratledge, who recently resigned. The N.C. Board of Elections appointed Woodhouse during an emergency meeting late Sunday night in response to an order by U.S. District Court Judge James Dever III to fill the vacant seat.