Making a bad joke out of the whole "non-partisan judiciary" designation:
The North Carolina Supreme Court said Wednesday afternoon the courts should take up the issue of early voting on the campus of Appalachian State, literally moments after the State Board of Elections had voted to restore the on-campus early voting site.
However, the early voting site will remain open as the state elections board voted, unless the board meets again to cancel the site.
The Supreme Court order came down just before 5 p.m., less than an hour after the state board voted unanimously to OK the site in a hastily called emergency meeting.
What does this mean? That's a good question. But considering how adamant and steadfast the state BoE has been about helping the Eggers stifle student voting in Watauga County, they're probably hastily calling another emergency meeting this very minute.