RALEIGH – Gov. Roy Cooper named Stacy “Four” Eggers, IV of Watauga County as the newest member of the N.C. State Board of Elections, replacing former board member David Black.
“The State Board of Elections does critical work to ensure North Carolina has fair and accessible elections, and I thank Mr. Eggers for his readiness to serve our state,” said Gov. Cooper.
Four Eggers is a 2001 graduate of the Norman Adran Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University and the managing partner of Eggers, Eggers, Eggers, & Eggers, PLLC, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. His practice areas include land condemnation and real estate disputes, as well as civil litigation, business representation, and contractual matters. He also serves as the municipal attorney for the Town of Banner Elk, the Town of Beech Mountain, and the Village of Sugar Mountain.
Eggers has served as a President of the Watauga County Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association Committee on the Administration of Justice, the North Carolina Bar Association Committee on Justice and the Judiciary, and served for eight years as a member of the Watauga County Board of Elections. He was appointed to serve as a member on the North Carolina State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement for the 2018 election cycle.
Eggers joins former state Sen. Tommy Tucker of Union County as the new Republican representatives on the board.