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Ms. Lillian McBride

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Executive Director

Richland County Election Commission Board
 
Background

Employment History

  • County Elections Director
    Richland County Election Commission Board
  • Deputy Director
    Voter Registration and Absentee Services
  • Chairman
    delegation
  • Director of the Richland County Election and Voter Registration Office
    delegation
  • Voter Registration Director
    Richland County
  • Chairwoman
    Richland County
  • Elections Director
    Elections & Voter Registration
  • Director
    State Election Commission
  • Chief
    State Election Commission
  • Chief
    Richland County Elections & Voter Registration Office

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Richland County Elections & Voter Registration Office
122 Total References
Web References
Lillian McBride, who on Nov. 6 ...
www.thestate.com, 30 Nov 2012 [cached]
Lillian McBride, who on Nov. 6 oversaw the states most bungled elections, earns $89,124, according to county pay records released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by The State.
Richland County elections chief Lillian McBride is paid nearly as much as the chief of the State Election Commission and more than her counterparts in South Carolinas other two largest counties.
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Director: Lillian McBride
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McBride, who on Nov. 6 oversaw the states most bungled elections, earns $89,124, according to county pay records released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by The State.
State election chief Marci Andino, whose agency oversees elections statewide, makes $90,281 just $1,157 more than McBride.
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McBride never oversaw an election before she was installed in her job in July 2011 as head of the newly merged Elections & Voter Registration Office. She previously had been head of the countys voter registration office.
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Since 2008, McBride has had seven pay raises.
Her first three pay raises came while she was head of the Richland County Voter Registration Board. On July 1, 2008, McBrides salary was raised to $53,298 from $51,846. On Jan. 1, 2009, she received a raise to $55,323. On July 3, 2010, she received a raise to $66,429.
On July 1, 2011, McBride assumed control of elections as well as voter registration, from Mike Cinnamon, who previously had run the county elections office.
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On that day, McBride received a raise to $67,518.
A day later, McBride received another raise to $85,000.
Six weeks later, McBride received a raise to $86,394.
On June 30, 2012, McBride received a raise to her current $89,124.
McBrides raises from 2008 to 2010, before she assumed her responsibility for the merged elections and voter registration office, were due, at least in part, to an effort to pay her in line with former elections director Cinnamon, according to news accounts at the time.
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McBride received her raise from $66,429 to $85,000 in July 2011 because she was assuming the duties of Cinnamons elections office as well as the voter registration efforts that she previously had led, officials have said.
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Since adding Cinnamons responsibilities, McBride has hired two employees paid salaries in the mid- or high-$60,000 range, according to information released by state and county government under the papers open records request.
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McBride hired Baum in July 2011 for $66,500.
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Joel Lourie, D-Richland, one of the members of the Richland County legislative delegation that hired McBride.
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McBride hired Goodwin in July 2011 for $65,699, her current salary. Prior to joining McBrides office, Goodwin made $51,273 at the State Election Commission, where she had worked 17 years.
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On Nov. 6, the elections process McBride oversaw was marked by voting lines with waits of up to seven hours at some precincts, due to a shortage of working voting machines.
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Except for an appearance at Mondays legislative delegation hearing and brief statements Nov. 6, McBride has not spoken publicly about the massive elections breakdown.
Richland County Election Commission ...
www.wltx.com, 29 Nov 2012 [cached]
Richland County Election Commission Board Has The Power To Fire Lillian McBride | The Richland county election commission board was informed thursday that they have the power to fire Lillian McBride, the executive director of the election commission. Richland County Election Commission Board Has The Power To Fire Lillian McBride | wltx.com
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The Richland county election commission board was informed thursday that they have the power to fire Lillian McBride, the executive director of the election commission.
Richland County Election Commission Board Has The Power To Fire Lillian McBride
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Columbia, SC (WLTX) - The Richland County Election Commission board was informed, thursday, that they have the power to fire Lillian McBride; the Executive Director of the Election Commission.
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Senator Scott's question to the attorney general was who had the authority to fire, Richland County Election Commission Executive Director Lillian McBride.
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With the power to fire McBride now in the boards hands, Chairwoman Liz Crum says they have not set a timeline on when they may consider that option.
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The Richland county election commission board was informed thursday that they have the power to fire Lillian McBride, the executive director of the election commission. Richland County Election Commission Board Has The Power To Fire Lillian McBride SEE MORE
A state senator has asked the ...
www.thestate.com, 20 Nov 2012 [cached]
A state senator has asked the S.C. Attorney General for an opinion on who can fire Richland County elections director Lillian McBride.
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Election Commissioner, Lillian McBride, right, works with the employees who were counting absentee votes.
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McBride has come under fire for the county not having enough voting machines on Election Day that led to waits up to seven hours and unknown number of voters leaving before casting a ballot. Vote counting was plagued with more mechanical problems and difficulties accurately tabulating absentee ballots.
The delegation has scheduled a hearing for Monday to question McBride and county election board chairwoman Liz Crum.
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Rep. Mia Butler Garrick, D-Richland, said McBride must be held accountable.
The director must accept responsibility for the senseless injustices that occurred on Tuesday (Nov. 6), Garrick wrote in a letter sent to the delegation last week, and as the legislative delegation that appointed her to the position for which she was obviously not prepared, so must we.
McBride was later hired as ...
www.wltx.com [cached]
McBride was later hired as the Deputy Director of Voter Registration and Absentee Services.
Richland Countys elections board has the ...
www.thestate.com, 28 Nov 2012 [cached]
Richland Countys elections board has the power to fire embattled elections director Lillian McBride, the state Attorney Generals Office said Monday.
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Richland County Elections Director Lillian McBride address the Richland County legislative delegation during a hearing about what went wrong in the Nov. 6 Richland County elections.
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Efforts Tuesday to gauge whether the board would consider disciplinary action against McBride were unsuccessful.
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The Richland County legislative delegation, which appoints the elections board and pushed for a law that appeared to protect the first director, on Monday showed no appetite for removing McBride. Delegation chairman Sen.
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The countys legislative delegation selected McBride as the first director. She was chosen over an elections official who had run races within the county for 40 years.
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Section 5 states that the initial director (McBride) must be employed by a majority of the Richland County Legislative Delegation.
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John Scott, D-Richland, and was delivered to him as the delegation opened a hearing Monday at which McBride, for the first time, publicly answered some of the questions surrounding the hotly disputed election process that has drawn two court orders, a lawsuit, an official protest and left frustrated voters demanding explanations if not McBrides $86,344 job.
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Messages left Tuesday for Crum did not produce a response a stark contrast to the public role the chairwoman took on for the board and McBrides office after McBride stopped speaking publicly on Election Night.
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McBride remained mum for three weeks until she addressed the delegation Monday during a nearly 31/2-hour hearing that left some legislators and many onlookers without answers to critical questions about why her office mishandled the balloting.
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