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Lillian A. McBride

Deputy Director of Voter Registration

Richland County

HQ Phone:  (803) 929-6000

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Richland County

2020 Hampton Street

Columbia, South Carolina,29202

United States

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Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is strongly committed to the health and welfare of all of our citizens. The Sheriff works very closely with other agencies to promote important services that will benefit all of our citizens. The Sheriff is pleased to remind c... more

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Employment History

Deputy Director

Voter Registration and Absentee Services


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South Carolina

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www.theminorityeye.com

It was announced today that Lillian McBride will return to her former position as Director of the Richland County Board of Voter Registration.
McBride is currently serving as a Deputy Director in charge of absentee voting and voter registration. McBride served as Executive Director of the Richland County Elections and Voter Registration in 2012, when several voting machines allegedly malfunctioned during the 2012 Presidential Elections, causing some Richland County voters to have to stand in lines for up to 7 hours. "McBride was returned to her former position because of the way a state law was written. Stated SC Representative James Smith. Tagged :Executive Director, Lillian McBride, Richland County Elections, voter registration, Voting


www.theminorityeye.com

It was announced today that Lillian McBride will return to her former position as Director of the Richland County Board of Voter Registration.


www.theminorityeye.com

Lillian McBride
It was announced today that Lillian McBride will return to her former position as Director of the Richland County Board of Voter Registration.


www.thestate.com

Former elections director Lillian McBride will hold the post newly created for her at a salary of $74,600, $14,524 less than what she made as the states highest-paid county elections director.
Richland County Elections Director Lillian McBride Still to be determined is a salary and job description for the as-yet-hired elections director, who would supervise McBride and Baum. McBride stepped down from her $89,124-a-year directors job this month, after Richland Countys Nov. 6 election fiasco that resulted in waits of up to seven hours for some voters and prompted others to leave in frustration before casting ballots. Now, McBride returns to a position similar to the job she held 18 months ago, until the countys legislative delegation combined voter registration and elections into one office and put her in charge of it. Then, she made a salary of $66,429; now, shell make a salary of $74,600, an increase of $8,171. But at least three other large county election offices in South Carolina do not have middle-management positions specifically dedicated to supervising voter registration employees, like the one created for McBride. Because they do not have similar positions to the one created for McBride, directors in the three counties said they couldnt judge whether her salary of $74,600 a year was fair compensation. Still, Charlestons Debney noted, I have a deputy director, and he doesnt make that pay. McBride created the position when the countys separate voter registration and elections offices were merged, but some members of her board balked at the idea. Resident David Oberly attended Tuesday nights County Council meeting to urge members not to fund the position for McBride. The four-member board of elections directed Salmond to offer McBride the job at that salary. They have compassion upon Ms. McBride but the problem we have right now is (no) integrity in the process. Scoppe: Lillian McBride and the politics of race


www.free-times.com

Lillian McBride, who made more than $89,000 per year as director of the Richland County Voter Registration and Elections Office, resigned Jan. 12 after more than two months of controversy.
Her office was blamed for not having enough functioning voting machines available to precincts on Election Day, which led to long lines. The election was also marred by multiple lawsuits, a bungled ballot-counting process and missing votes that were never even counted. An investigation and report conducted by attorney Steve Hamm indicated McBride had failed to oversee employees and catch key errors in the months before the election. It was the local delegation that passed a 2011 law creating the county elections office and hired McBride. Richland County Council is required to fund the office. The county elections board voted to allow McBride to stay on at the agency in a new capacity as deputy director, where she could draw a salary of $74,000 per year. Her attorney rushed out of the meeting to meet with McBride, who then sent an email to media saying such talk was premature and erroneous. If the elections office creates a new position for McBride, they would have to justify it to Richland County Council, says County Councilman Greg Pearce. But he said his understanding is that the office has a vacant position and sufficient funds to merely change the title of an existing position. He adds that so far, Council hasn't seen any presentation from a member of the elections board or its staff.


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