The state House has added the Wake County school board election bill to the calendar Tuesday.
The House is scheduled to hold second and third readings of Senate Bill 325, which would change the election boundaries, election dates and composition of Wake school board seats. Expect some heated debate from Democrats before the bill is ultimately passed by Republicans.
The bill could become law by the end of the day if the state Senate were to add the legislation to its agenda. The Senate approved the bill before but would need another vote because the House amended the bill to put the elections in November of even-numbered years and allows election by plurality.
The vote comes the same day as the school board will vote on hiring the new superintendent.