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2010

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Jul 13, 2010

National News: Nirvana's Krist Novoselic promotes election reform

Alabama: Justice Dept. to monitor runoff  |  Voters may have to deal with roadwork on Tuesday  |  New election night reporting system to be tested during runoff

Alaska: Campbell urges registration and updates

Arizona: County encouraging everyone to 'Get Your Vote On'

California: Assemblywoman seeks recount in Riverside County  |  Tulare County finds error in primary vote count  |  Supes eye changes for board of elections

Florida: It will cost $.44 to vote absentee this year  |  No more free postage for absentee ballots

Georgia: Advance voting begins  |  Vaccinations offered at early voting

Illinois: Illinois may need special election

Indiana: Recount goes into late-night hours

Iowa: Less than 1 percent of Iowa primary voters were same-day registrants

Massachusetts: Special election to cost Attleboro several thousand

Minnesota: Twin Cities prosecutors look into allegations of vote fraud  |  Fraud allegations in Franken-Coleman Senate election spurs investigation

New Mexico: Lawsuit settlement ensures compliance with federal voter law

New York: City unveils new voting machines

Ohio: Voting centers ready for special election

Tennessee: Colbert officials estimate costs for elections

Vermont: Ballot snag short-circuits early voting  |  Election ballot errors  |  Deputy secretary of state on early voting system

West Virginia: Election expenses concern officials  |  Special election costs increase  |  Raleigh judge to hear Lincoln ballot case

Monday, 12 July 2010

Saturday, 10 July 2010

Thursday, 08 July 2010

Jul 8, 2010

Alaska: State website makes it easy for Alaskans to see status

California: Voters: Count our ballots

Colorado: Weld County election equipment tested for accuracy  |  Colorado Republicans lead online registration

Florida: Where's my ballot? Voters can check online  |  Sandra Henderson leaves an elections office void

Georgia: Secretary of state Kemp says he will fight for voters  |  Fulton County encourages families to vote  |  ACLU files to join Georgia voter verification suit  |  Grant will improve handicap access to county voting area  |  Analysis: SoS candidates shift towards paper trail

Guam: Election board clears one hurdle in using electronic voting system

Kansas: Steinger seeks secretary of state job

Maryland: Justice Dept. to launch Crisfield election investigation

Michigan: New voter registration rules could bring more poor people to the polls  |  Electronic poll books coming to area polling stations

Mississippi: Hearing hedl regarding Laurel's election  |  Campus conducting HAVA program

Missouri: Digital voter rolls

New Mexico: NM settles lawsuit over voter registration law

New York: Essex County election commission goes full time

Ohio: Director of Perry County board of elections retires

Oklahoma: County changes polling places

Oregon: Oregon's Independent party launches first online election

South Dakota: Nesselhuf aims for secretary of state seat

Tennessee: Metro Nashville election administrator stepping down  |  Former candidate pushes new city election date

Texas: Trial begins over mail-in ballots in JP election

Vermont: Rockingham eyes special election

Virginia: VA presses ahead on felons' rights restoration  |  Some electoral board members forgo trip to The Homestead  | Election officials: Homestead too 'luxurious'

Washington: Kim Wyman named auditor of the year

West Virginia: Manchin still backs Tennant's interpretation of election law

Wednesday, 07 July 2010

Tuesday, 06 July 2010

Jul 6, 2010

Technology News: Voting machine maker must sell some assets

Arkansas: Official raises fees after special elections

California: Judge halts Riverside vote certification  |  Riverside vote-count mess leads to records inquiry  |  Ballot count finally complete

Colorado: Boulder County to test ballots, election equipment this week

Florida: No further investigation of Haines City election  |  Counties are sending absentee ballots earlier than ever before

Illinois: Legislation to improve access for students

Indiana: Indiana begins online voter registration

Iowa: Iowa military voters get help

Kentucky: Precinct officer shortage a possibility

Maryland: Justice Dept. probes election

Massachusetts: Spy suspects recently registered to vote

Missouri: County might try digital voter rolls at polls

Montana: New DES coordinator

Nebraska: Secretary Gale honors long-time poll workers

New York: Broome County purchases privacy screens to couple with new voting machines

North Carolina: Long-time resident tapped for elections post  |  Irdell's bills for runoff more than $27K

Ohio: Mahoning BOE expected to vote on precinct reductions  |  Elections board to cut polling places  |  Two options emerge to cut voting precincts

South Carolina: Voter ID effort dead, for now

Tennessee: Commission looks fo rnew early voting spot  |  Primary, general election have different purposes

Texas: Wood sues over election results

West Virginia: Tennant pushes for special election

Wyoming: Deadline to register to vote approaching

Friday, 02 July 2010

Thursday, 01 July 2010

Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Monday, 28 June 2010