The State Board of Elections is looking at the N.C. Democratic Party's coordinated campaign plan for the 2000 election.
Former executive director of the party, Scott Falmlen, agreed to show the plan, which would normally be kept a closely-held secret.
Board chairman Larry Leake said the board intended to keep portions of the plan secret and to prevent the document from becoming public.
The plan presumably would spell out the Democrat's plans to get out the vote and push the Democratic ticket.
For the purposes of the State Board of Elections hearing, Falmlen offerred to produce the plan to help show that the party did not agree to funnel illegal campaign contributions for former Gov. Mike Easley.
The get-out-the-vote effort would include mailers, robocalls and election day-poll workers and door knockers.
Above: Falmlen reviews the N.C. Democratic Party's plan to win the 2000 elections. Staff photo by Shawn Rocco.