CARTERET COUNTY, NC – The Carteret County Board of Elections has a new member. Lucia M. Bond, a Democrat and a resident of Carteret County most of her life, was sworn in by Carteret County Clerk of Court Ken Raper during a Wednesday morning ceremony at the County Board of Elections Office. She has been appointed to complete the term of the late board member Amy Holland.
Bond, who is a retired educator, said she’s proud to represent the voters of Carteret County.
“I’m honored to have been selected and appointed as a member of the Carteret County Board of Elections,” Bond said. “I look forward to working with other board members, ensuring our Board of Elections continues to set the highest standards in elections operations and integrity.”
The board’s duties include conducting local elections, operating voting sites, maintaining voter registration lists, appointing judges and assistants at voting sites and certifying election results.
By statute, she will serve the remainder of Ms. Holland’s term, which ends in July 2023.