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Ms. Lillian McBride

Wrong Lillian McBride?

Deputy Director of Voter Registra...

Email: l***@***.com
Local Address:  Columbia , South Carolina , United States
Richland County
 
Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    Richland County Election Commission Board
  • County Elections Director
    Richland County Election Commission Board
  • Position, Registration Office
    Voter Registration and Absentee Services
  • Deputy Director
    Voter Registration and Absentee Services
  • Chairman
    The delegation
  • Director of the Richland County Election and Voter Registration Office
    The delegation
  • Director
    Richland County Board of Voter Registration
  • Elections Director
    Elections & Voter Registration
  • Director
    State Election Commission
  • Chief
    State Election Commission
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The MinorityEye McBride Returns to former position as Executive Director of Richland County Board of Voter Registration - The MinorityEye
www.theminorityeye.com [cached]
It was announced today that Lillian McBride will return to her former position as Director of the Richland County Board of Voter Registration.
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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.
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Tagged :Executive Director, Lillian McBride, Richland County Elections, voter registration, Voting
COLUMBIA, SC - An unidentified elections ...
www.thestate.com, 27 Nov 2012 [cached]
COLUMBIA, SC - An unidentified elections office staffer misread numbers on a spreadsheet, an error that resulted in a shortage of machines and vote-tallying devices in many of Richland Countys 124 precincts, elections director Lillian McBride said Monday.
McBrides explanation for why there were not enough machines came during a 3 1/2-hour hearing, called by the Richland County legislative delegation that oversees her, to gather facts about problems that led to one of the biggest election debacles in recent state history.
It was a mistake and it had drastic consequences, McBride said of the incorrect spreadsheet numbers.
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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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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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A nearly 3 1/2 hour hearing left unanswered several key questions about what went wrong in the Nov. 6 election, overseen by elections director Lillian McBride.
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While billed a fact-finding hearing, McBride, along with Elections Commission chair Liz Crum, provided few new facts during Mondays public session, watched by a standing-room-only crowd of media, county residents and political leaders in a Senate office room.
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Instead, McBride repeatedly told lawmakers seeking details that she was still investigating what went wrong during the elections and offered no concrete ideas on how to make sure the problems wouldnt happen in future elections.
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McBride acknowledged there were too few voting machines on Election Day. She also could not provide details about why so many of Richlands machines failed, when other counties did not experience problems of the same magnitude. She said machines were tested.
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McBride supported by delegation chair Sen.
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Thats a probing question, said Jackson, who also instructed McBride to remain silent in the nearly three weeks leading up to Mondays hearing.
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McBride said, I acknowledge the mistakes that were made, and I offer a complete and humble apology for the problems voters faced on Nov. 6.
Only under direct questioning by Rep. James Smith, D-Richland, did McBride accept any responsibility for any of the election missteps.
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McBride answered, It was my responsibility.
It was all part of a hearing by the county legislative delegation that was supposed to elicit from McBride a full accounting of what went wrong and who was responsible for it. Four state senators and nine representatives attended.
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Instead McBride and Crum repeatedly told lawmakers who pressed for details they are still investigating what went wrong.
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McBride said her office is surveying the clerks at the countys 124 precincts but has not yet gotten all the results back yet. She also is gathering information from staff who fielded calls on Election day and technicians who worked on machines that day, she said.
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However, that deleted information which can be used to project how many voting machines are needed at each precinct was retrieved by county information technicians and was available to McBride, Crum told lawmakers.
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McBride the process has been dragged out because of legal challenges and the need to be certain. I dont want to give you inaccurate information.
Garrick concluded, Who should the delegation hold responsible for what happened?
McBride answered, That is for the delegation to answer.
Neal also questioned McBride about battery failures in machines.
As soon as we find out, we will let you know, McBride said.
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McBride and Crum both maintain every vote was counted, and the election results are accurate.
McBride was later hired as ...
www.wltx.com [cached]
McBride was later hired as the Deputy Director of Voter Registration and Absentee Services.
County Council is considering ...
www.thestate.com, 24 July 2009 [cached]
County Council is considering some $125,000 in raises, split among them, which director Lillian McBride said would bring salaries in line with similar offices in South Carolina.
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McBride has worked in the Voter Registration office for 20 years, running the office for the past decade. She makes $55,323 a year and supervises six full-time employees.
Except for cost-of-living raises, she said, salaries in her office haven't changed since 1998.
"I wish the political part was out of it, and they'd just do what's right," said McBride, whose husband is not related to the politically connected McBride family in Columbia.
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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