Just now the remaining four members of the State Board of Elections deadlocked 2-2 on Republican David Black's motion to rescind the vote from Monday evening.
This means that Stella Anderson's original motion to modify the North Carolina certification program for electronic voting machines will go forward through a 15-day comment period, with final implementation of that modification to be voted on at an August 23 meeting.
Once again, the modification as proposed is this requirement:
"An electronically assisted ballot marking device or other ballot marking equipment shall produce human-readable marks on a paper ballot. The voter must be able to verify his or her intent as evidenced by the mark on the ballot. The mark shall be tabulated as the voter's selection."