The New York City Board of Elections and Regus are the newest tenants, taking some 50,000 s/f combined.
What does BOE stand for?
BOE stands for Board of Elections
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- Military and Government
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We have 49 other meanings of BOE in our Acronym Attic
- Bill of Entry (various companies)
- Bill of Equipment
- Bill of Exchange
- Bind on Equip (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Biodiversité des Organismes et Écologie (French: Biodiversity and Ecology of Organisms)
- Black Ops Elite (Utah airsoft team)
- Blades of Exile (computer game)
- Blanket Open End Contract
- Blow Out Equipment (oil fields)
- Board of Education
Samples in periodicals archive:
Of the nine members selected to the board yesterday, seven had previously been nominated to the board of elections before the administrative court annulled these nominations in November.
Given the likelihood that Spitzer's opponents will not hesitate to challenge his signature petition once it is submitted to the New York City Board of Election office, Spitzer should be aiming for at least double the required number to ensure that enough signatures are valid and to discourage his opponents from challenging the petition, according to a New York City Board of Elections employee and a veteran political campaign organizer.
Our League contracts with our Board of Elections to provide 50-60 volunteers, each of whom attends a training session and visits 3-5 assigned polls on Election Day with a detailed questionnaire about the facility and the voting process.
If you've never been to your designated polling place, or if it has changed, call your state board of elections for information or visit vote411.
Lavelle (R) introduced a bill that would make most municipalities have a board of elections, appeal process and set rules for elections.
The Chicago Reporter pieced together partial lists of-Cook County, state of Illinois, and city of Chicago employees, then matched them with Illinois State Board of Elections documents from 1999 through the end of 2003.
Smith, who lives in Sherwood, worked as election supervisor in the clerk's office under Staley for more than four years before going to work for the Board of Elections in the Secretary of State's office.