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Thursday, 02 August 2012

August 2, 2012

National News: Survey: Most young adults do not know their state voting laws | Home health industry to get out the vote

Alaska: Anchorage still cleaning up election mess

Arizona: Record number of early ballots being sent out

California: California officials: Too late to renumber ballot initiatives

Colorado: Court sides with city on ballot issue

Florida: Election day simulation tests voting machines | Will changes to voting laws in Fla. have major impact on election? | Feds seek voter-purge records | ACLU: 13,000 qualified ex-felons not registered to vote | Election chief candidates pledge to avoid more PBC vote-counting gaffes | Incumbent Lori Edwards faces challenge from Colleen Burton | Tent at voting site raises ire with some campaigns | In fight over voter purge, DOJ demands Hillsborough election records | Sister in absentee voter probe denies signing ballot collected in Hialeah

Georgia: Elections officials: Faulty voting machine contains 85 votes | What went wrong? Despite 'next day' results, election official claims 'everything went according to plan' | Computer communications issue caused a delay in election results

Guam: Stricter rules for early voting

Hawaii: Kawauchi: Duplicate registrations and voters found | County clerk reveals elections snafu to media on Oahu | Walk-in voting begins as cloud clears over county elections

Kansas: County sorts out voting snafu, advanced voting continues

Michigan: Voter fraud allegations in Macomb Township supervisor race | Dearborn overseas primary ballots coming in despite late send out | Novi's Cassis and other candidates don't like special election costs | Mich. judge sets hearing on late absentee ballots | Thetford and Vienna townships get ballots to citizens in military after missing absentee voter deadline

Minnesota: City releases report of voter ID amendment costs, changes | Ramsey County elections manager rips apart political primaries | Secretary of state's talk in Minneapolis Catholic church postponed

Mississippi: City election blunders continue | Defending voter ID

Missouri: County clerk addresses precinct confusion | AG declines action against Cass County clerk | Republicans face off in final secretary of state debate | Atchison County prepares for primary

New Mexico: State to check voter registration

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia city commissioner fears chaos on Election Day | Mailer advises voters of photo ID mandate | State Democratic leader says ID law could prevent him from voting | Hostile Witness: Could poll workers resistance put brakes on voter ID law? | Philadelphia election official expects a 'mess' over photo ID law

Rhode Island: Central Falls residents decry new polling place

South Carolina: Judge dismisses Pierce appeal on Atlantic Beach special election | Franklin County voters complain about delay in receiving election results

Tennessee: Voter ID printing error no concern | Nashville judge criticizes voter ID law, says no to library cards | Watching for potential election-day errors | Shelby County election commission will slow process to prevent ballot problems | Election officials still working to inform voters | Election eve prep and a surprise | DA says early voting should leave courthouse

Texas: Harris County clerk tries to explain runoff-voting mess | Error appears to reverse Precinct 2 constable race result | Upshur County GOP chairman alleges voter fraud | Besides minor technology issue, Hidalgo County elections went well | Run off elections ran smoothly for Cameron County | Local election result now the target of written complaint | Voting box merger blamed for Upshur County mix-up

Washington: Washington's top-two primary

Wisconsin: Fall primary now takes place in August

Wednesday, 01 August 2012

August 1, 2012

National News: Federal voting commissioners AWOL as election approaches | Partisan rifts hinder efforts to improve U.S. voting system | Voter roll purges could spread to at least 12 states

Connecticut: Mayor Segarra & Hartford legislators call for election reform

Florida: Collier, Lee elections supervisors told to hand over voter registration documents | One U.S. agency working with Florida on voter purge as another fights it | Feds: Florida's voter purge violates federal law | Secretary of state visits local elections offices | Dent, Thaxton spar over elections staff raises | Miami-Dade absentee ballot-fraud probe expands | Cost of primary too high? | Absentee ballot race roils Mimai-Dade state attorney contest | Crenshaw: Early voting lawsuit 'not necessary'

Georgia: Database error causes voting snafu for Reynoldstown voters | Problems slow voting tally in Floyd County | Georgia updates list of acceptable ID documents | Election chief drops in on local voters | Early voting diminishes election day crowds at polls | EasyVote quickened Henry's early voting process | Clogged parking lot poses problems at voting precinct

Guam: Umatac mayor's office to be used as village polling site

Hawaii: Miscommunication, possible overreaction triggers election controversy | Hawaii county election troubles appear to be 'over reaction' to minor problems | Hawaii County elections official says audit found 4 people voted twice in 2012 elections

Kansas: One county trying to remove barriers to voting | Ballot error corrected by Harvey County election officials

Michigan: Feds suing state over late absentee ballots, two area townships cited | Clerk says election prep is a tight schedule | Justice Dept. sues Michigan over late ballots

Minnesota: Rochester Mayor joins fight against voter ID amendment | Court hears ballot-naming debate

Missouri: Clerk's office prepares for primary and November elections | 10,000 voter registration cards returned in Jasper County | Address changes problems for Jasper County voters

Nebraska: Phipps' Douglas County voting plan approved by state

New Mexico: State sending out notices to update voter rolls

North Carolina: Awash in conflicting advice, Forsyth elections board considers early-voting locations | Scam warning from Pitt County board of elections

Pennsylvania: Witness: PennDot can't handle voter ID demands | Pa. top election official disputes negative impact of new voter ID law | Democrats try to reach voters without acceptable photo ID | Local leader cites concerns with state's new voter ID law

Tennessee: Judge rules Memphis library card can't serve as voter ID | New voter ID law not a problem in Anderson County | Dept. of Justice election-day program to protect citizens' right to vote

Texas: Hearing continues today in Jim Wells County election challenge | Officials: 'With a runoff you never know' | Elections administrator questioned in DA trial | Some angry voters surprised at polls | Mistake occurs at Travis County polling place, about 80 ballots affected | Technical problems delay Harris County results

Virginia: Judge strikes down law on ballot petitions

Washington: Voter education emphasized as deadline approaches

Wisconsin: Independent political group pushing for election results to be tabulated by hand

Tuesday, 31 July 2012

July 31, 2012

National News: Wide divide in states' voting preparedness

Arizona: Recorder warns of misprint on voter registration cards

Arkansas: Williford: County voting machines fine

California: Merced County free of federal scrutiny on elections

Connecticut: Merrill encourages 17 year-olds to register

Florida: Duval County is ready for any changes to early voting | Top elections official steps down | Manatee supervisor of elections race fuels competition | Citizens take advantage of early voting at library | Voting so easy, a baby could do it | Election officials urge voters to sign absentee ballots or not be counted | Dr. Gisela Salas, chief of state elections division resigns | Is early voting worth the cost?

Georgia: Election workers prepare for primary election | DOJ monitors to observe elections in 2 counties | Rain likely this morning as voters head to the polls

Guam: Much work ahead for GEC before primary | GEC struggles to find Umatac polling station

Hawaii: No polling places for nearly 3K voters in small precincts | Lingle criticizes Hawaii County clerk's voter registration problems | Council chair urges patience in voting probe

Illinois: Absentee voting begins

Kansas: Homeless frustrated with voter ID law

Michigan: Critics say citizenship question will confuse voters | DOJ threatens lawsuit after clerks fail to send military ballots

Minnesota: Amendment titles go to high court on Tuesday | Online polling location finder updated to reflect redistricting

Mississippi: County fixes election mistake

Missouri: Address changes hinder election officials, pose problems for voters

New Mexico: November ballot could be a long one

Pennsylvania: Council plans to help voters needing photo ID | Voter ID hearing includes Turzai quip | Air Force veteran testifies Pa. voter ID law could prevent him from casting ballot | Doylestown woman joins voter ID fight

South Carolina: Beaufort County election officials 'very confident' in voting machines, backup procedures | SC using some old voting machines from other states

Tennessee: Judge wants explanation on Memphis library IDs | Photo library card suit back in court Tuesday | Early voting sets record in Tenn. | US Attorney to field fraud, voting rights complaints | Election commission prepares for election day

Texas: Elections cost the same, no matter the turnout | Election officials surprised by early voter turnout

Virginia: Virginia Dems angered by special election timing

Washington: Ballots trickling in — but Jefferson auditor expects that to change

Wisconsin: County clerk to absentee voters: Know your ballot

Monday, 30 July 2012

July 28-30, 2012

National News: Voting tech errors could be a deal breaker in swing states, report says | Is your vote secure? Many digital systems lack paper backups, study says | Voter ID laws could swing states | Voter ID laws revive old fight

Alabama: Alabama challenges Voting Rights Act over district review

Arkansas: Democratic chairman objects to election judge selection

California: State GOP drops voter ID initiative | Activists push bill to allow same-day registration

Colorado: Gessler besieged by critics of proposed rules

Delaware: Voting machines criticized in new report

Florida: Aktion Club learns how to vote | Early voting begins Monday in Collier, that's earlier than in Lee | Civil rights suit puts already strange schedule in jeopardy | Dems file federal lawsuit to stop shortened early-voting days in Florida | Three Republicans vying for chance to challenge veteran Lake County supervisor of elections | Elections office working on 'Plan B' | Democratic lawmaker files suit over reduced early voting period | Brown, Duval county Dems sue over early voting days | As Hialeah absentee ballot probe continues, voter regrets accepting help

Georgia: Printing error leads to confusion over polling sites | State investigating Hall Co. voting incident

Hawaii: Sources: State taps FBI for help in voter fraud probe

Indiana: Public transit key to Howard County vote centers' success

Iowa: National report suggests changes in Iowa vote counting

Kansas: Douglas County to issue its own photo ID cards for voting

Maine: Maine's claims of voter fraud inspire Doonsbury comic strip

Maryland: Instant runoff used in Takoma Park election

Massachusetts: A drive to increase overseas vote

Michigan: Special election to cost city over $22K | Macomb election workers band together to refute election fraud allegations | Michigan communities missed deadline to mail absentee ballots

Minnesota: Next dispute: Should all the disabled have voting rights?

Mississippi: Report criticizes state on vote security

Missouri: Voter ID a hot issue in secretary of state race | Voters in Scott and Mississippi counties confused by mailings | Lack of significant attention on secretary of state leaves GOP electorate undecided

New York: Equal access to the ballot

North Carolina: Voter fraud watchdogs say Wake dead still on voter rolls | Election hearing set

Ohio: Overhaul of poll laws still stalled | Slavens calls for election reform

Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania's readiness to implement voter ID law questioned | Latest voter ID data add confusion | Voter ID law could extend lines at polls | Elections office in Rock Hill a good idea | Historic Wayne County polling place designated Keystone of Democracy

Tennessee: Voting location changes need attention | Some voters get wrong early ballot in Tennessee county | Audit asked for in Shelby County ballot snafu | Voter ID law still an issue for some | Hargett: Shelby election problems erode public confidence | Crew assigned to work combined polling place

Texas: Randall breaks voting record | Jim Wells election contest heads to court | Voting never gets old for these centenarians

Vermont: Secretary of state touts voter registration

West Virginia: Savilla seeks secretary of state post

Wyoming: Wyoming's election process gets a 'good' rating

Friday, 27 July 2012

July 27, 2012

National News: Republicans hit Justice Dept. on voter ID | Embattled Postal Service faces challenge on Election Day

Alabama: Davis: Civil rights not violated by voter ID law | Alabama asks federal court to rule its redistricting plan doesn't violate US voting rights law | Russel County authorities on the lookout for illegal absentee voting

Arizona: County candidate quits race after dead friend votes

Arkansas: Local voting machines criticized | Secretary of state mulls canvassing fraud

Colorado: Military voter protection project honors Colorado, Morgan County | Gessler's proposed changes to election rules draw heated objections | Black pastors question choice of polling places

Florida: Voting machines tested and ready | Race for Santa Rosa County supervisor of elections heating up | Private eye's tip led to absentee ballot fraud probe in Hialeah | Most Florida counties see seven fewer days of early voting | Dent, Thaxton attack each other's party loyalty and track record | Lawsuit seeks to open Broward primary race to all voters

Georgia: Primary results to be available online

Hawai'i: Voter fraud investigation targets Hawai'i County as clerk has voter registration trouble | Hawai'i County clerk responds | State elections chief critical of county

Illinois: East St. Louis balks at effort to obtain voter roll info

Indiana: West Lafayette IT company helping change the way Indiana votes

Maryland: Group claims dead people voted in Maryland

Michigan: Macomb Township elections officials reject fraud claim | Michigan House Dems target election fraud | Ruling on too-small type could derail 7 ballot initiatives | Muskegon state rep urges election-law reforms

Mississippi: Hosemann disputes voting machine study | Ward 3 voter rolls, votes don't match up | Official knocks voter ID critique

New Mexico: Two more arrested on allegations of voter fraud

North Carolina: Wake group finds 386 deceased citizens on voter rolls

Ohio: Budget battle may be settled between Summit County and elections board

Pennsylvania: Outside study cites Pa. vote count risk | Numbers behind Pa. voter ID law debated in court | Pashinski calls on courts to toss voter ID law | Prominent figures lack voter ID, state records suggest | DePasquale wants probe of how many lack voter ID | Nineteen inducted into Pa. voter hall of fame | Delco election official vows to defy voter ID law

South Carolina: SC prosecutor participating in election discussion | Judge to rule on Atlantic Beach special election appeal

Tennessee: Woman sues state over voter ID | State Dems hit 'wrong ballots' snafu in Memphis | Memphis voters continue receiving wrong ballots, analyst says | Dems call for election review | Some Middle Tenn. election commissioners donate to candidates

Texas: Texas defends 'integrigy of ballot box' in court | County to shut down elections administrator | Polling place distance may cost votes from some small towns

Virginia: Civic groups to Va.: Allow vote forms | Special election scheduled for Sept. 4 | Scramble is on after governor sets special election for House seat

Washington: State may check citizenship, but no voter purge in offing | Election offcials clean up dual-state registration

Wisconsin: Group seeks hand count of ballots from June vote

Thursday, 26 July 2012

July 26, 2012

National News: Only 5 states well-prepared to handle voting machine errors, study finds | House Subcommittee examines fairness in voting rights enforcement

Military and Overseas News: Overseas voting in 24 states vulnerable to hackers, report says | Project develops voting help for disabled voters

Arkansas: Arkansas criticized in study on voting

California: Judge resets trial on San Mateo County's besieged voting system until after fall election | Supervisors approve purchase of vote-by-mail sorting system

Colorado: New study shows Colorado ranks low in voting tech preparedness

Connecticut: Dispute between West Haven registrars boils over on redistricting debate | Connecticut below national average in state-level election competition

Delaware: Report calls Delaware's voting procedures 'inadequate'

Florida: Florida fares well in election technology thanks to paper ballots | Early primary date may keep some from polls | Indian River County's voting equipment tests out perfectly | Candidate claims elections office misled him | Hillsborough elections office makes mistake in District 63 race | Redistricting forces voting changes | Write-in tactic to close primaries prompts lawsuit | Ballot snafu impacts new Tampa voters | Miami-Dade police launches absentee-ballot fraud probe | Judge dismisses lawsuit aimed at closing primary election loophole

Guam: GEC discontinues provisional ballots

Hawaii: Hawaii County elections picture darkens by the day | State's chief of elections takes Hawaii County to task

Indiana: Monroe County's mock election a chance to iron out problems | Vote centers not best for all counties

Kansas: County to use electronic poll book

Kentucky: Three convicted in vote fraud case will be sentenced Thursday | Grimes to travel to Afghanistan in September to help soliders vote

Louisiana: State election officials dispute national report | Caddo registrar disputes study of state voting systems

Michigan: Tempers flare as township reels from allegations of election fraud

Missouri: Your polling place may have changed, says St. Louis elections board | Stouffer goes for humor in first TV ad

Nevada: County ballots now come in three languages

New Mexico: Sunland Park librarian arrested for alleged voter fraud

New York: Group claims BOE violated Civil Rights Act

North Carolina: Group claims hundreds of dead voters still on NC rolls

Ohio: Ohio voting machines may be prone to hacking | State official settles 3 ties at election board

Pennsylvania: Hearing begins in Harrisburg on new voter ID law | Expired licenses muddle voter ID numbers | Voter ID law may affect 13K in county | Voters opposed to new ID law give real life examples | Still no instructions for poll workers on voter ID | Colwyn official says no to voter ID rules | 8,700 Erie County voters to get letters about ID law | Rappin' for the new voter ID law?

South Carolina: Report finds flaws in S.C.'s voting systems

Tennessee: TBI probes rejection of alleged 'crossover' voters in Rhea County | Election commission admits ballot problems | City voter ID suit alleges voter turned away twice | Judge denies ID injunction | Woman charged with murder says she was threatened into confession

Texas: Citibus to offer free Election Day bus rides | County asks state for election supervison | Election night returns a scramble for some

Utah: Utah 'generally good' in handling voting problems

Vermont: Vermont earns high marks in new election study | Condos supports national resolutions on voter registration

Virginia: Louisa felon illegally registered after receiving form from Voter Participation Center | Would restoring felon voting rights change Va.'s political landscape? | Virginia voter registration forms miss their mark

Washington: State gets access to immigration database

Wisconsin: Common Council votes down second polling place for city | Report cites confusion among voters at polls

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

July 25, 2012

National News: Report: State systems for overseas voters vulnerable

Alabama: Location for casting absentee ballots moves, but not far

California: Supervisors approve new ballot machine for voters office

Colorado: Why votes in Larimer County aren't as secret as you think

Florida: Early voting polls moved from city hall

Georgia: Volunteers help during elections

Hawaii: Hilo elections office audit raises questions | Election office was closed for registry check

Indiana: Board paves way for voting centers | Vote centers closer to approval

Iowa: Cerro Gordo board moves polling place

Kansas: Voters to get new cards to minimize election confusion | Audit raises nepotism questions for Cass County clerk

Maryland: Takoma Park uses instant runoff voting for the first time | Dems file complaint against congressional redistricting petition drive

Michigan: Hill honored for selection as city clerk of the year | Townships want Michigan to pay for special election

Minnesota: Unexpected death triggers discussion about state election law

Missouri: 3 GOP lawmakers run for secretary of state

New Hampshire: New flyers available to explain changes to state election laws | Nashua poll rules called a 'little vague'

New Jersey: High school students are registered for fall election | Union County clerk pushes increased voter education

North Carolina: Elections board splits on Sunday voting

North Dakota: Making voting easier in Fargo

Pennsylvania: Fight over Pa.'s voter ID law heads for court Wednesday | Critics of Pa. voter ID law rally as official defends it | Pa. won't use voter fraud argument at hearing over voter ID law | Lancaster City Council: Voter ID law unneeded political measure

Tennessee: Early voting numbers soar | Lawsuit asks judge to rule Memphis library photo cards valid for voter ID | 1,000 ballots incorrect, but still count, Shelby County election official says | Same address, different ballot

Texas: Early voting site change causes rift

Virginia: In Va. dogs and dead are invited to vote | Democrats, NAACP oppose Hanover's request to end federal election oversight | New laws affect voter registration in state | Romney camp asks Va. to probe voter forms | Mathews absentee voting place moved

Washington: State may use federal immigration data in checking voters' eligibility

West Virginia: U.S. Attorney: Making elections cleaner

Wisconsin: Reports: Wisconsin needs more, better trained poll workers | New voting rules create difficulties, report says

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

July 24, 2012

Alabama: Advocacy group says Alabama voter ID law too restrictive

Colorado: Recount begins in Teller, Douglas counties

Florida: Volusia elections chief draws 3 challengers | Poll workers participate in 'Cans for a Cause'

Hawaii: Elections office closed 'for auditing'; reason unknown

Indiana: Indiana secretary of state calls for voters to go back to the polls

Michigan: Living at college complicates voter registration | McCotter replacement election will go ahead | Absentee ballot waiver sought for McCotter special election | Macomb man alleges election fraud, sues township, county clerks | Ypsilanti voters have new polling location for upcoming primary

Nevada: Nye County joins list using online voter sign-ups

New Hampshire: Community meeting in Manchester aims to explain voter IDs

North Carolina: Pitt County considers Sunday voting

Ohio: Allen elections board adopts Internet policy

Pennsylvania: Justice Dept. opens probe of Pa.'s voter ID law

South Carolina: Atlantic Beach election appeal not heard Monday

Tennessee: Blogger, candidates claim 1,000 given wrong ballots | New complaints arise as end of early voting nears | TBI launchs investigation into Rhea County's voting challenges

Texas: Confusion expected at polls | New vote centers planned for central Lubbock in general election | Early voting site change causes rift | Commissioners voice doubt about elections administrator

Virginia: Voter registration forms are a source of confusion | State board of elections condemns false voter registration emails | Felon pleads guilty to registering to vote in 2008

Washington: Benton County: 3,500 replacement ballots reprinted, mailed | County Auditor Carolyn Weikel honored by peers

Wisconsin: 2012 elections expenditures will be over budget | Wisconsin DOJ starts voter ID appeal process | Clerks offices over budget after recallsSome towns, cities concerned about costs for November election

Monday, 23 July 2012

July 21-23, 2012

National News: Voter ID laws bring challenges in several states | Voting Rights Act petitions reach Supreme Court

Alabama: U.S. Supreme Court may get Shelby voting rights law challenge

Arkansas: Special prosecutor named in absentee ballot case

Colorado: Election watchers see officials chipping away at public oversight | Larimer clerk questions secretary of state's voter citizenship check | Colorado may tighten rules for mailing ballots to inactive voters

Florida: St. Lucie elections office may stay at business center | Elections office accepting food donations | Federal judge to rule on opening primary for Miami-Dade state attorney's race

Georgia: Fulton works on voter issues, but few problems elsewhere | Brooks Co. BOE addresses voter disenfranchisement at meeting | Saturday voting is convenient for many Richmond County residents

Illinois: McGlynn reschedules hearing over East St. Louis 'dead' voters

Indiana: Lawsuit seeks to force Indiana to purge voting rolls of deceased, those who have moved

Iowa: Secretary of state wants to purge voter rolls of non-citizens

Kansas: NYU Study: Voter ID laws could affect Kansas voters

Massachusetts: City panel will consider changes to polling locations

Michigan: Costly special primary likely as 5 Republicans file to complete McCotter's term

Minnesota: GOP legislators take Ritchie to task over voter ID

Mississippi: Voter ID law would hit Miss. hard

Missouri: St. Charles County GOP chairman worries that discord could mean trouble at the polls

New Mexico: State runs dry of English voter registration cards

New York: NYS election board wants answers on NY-13

North Carolina: Wake elections board reconsiders nixing early voting sites

Pennsylvania: Pa. creates 'safety net' for voter ID law | Details on voter ID card released | Pa. to ease rules for obtaining voter ID | Local voters fret over not being able to pull lever | Pennsylvania seeks dismissal of Post-Gazette lawsuit over access to voting sites

Tennessee: Election starves for volunteers | Some LaVergne voters have to cast ballots in Smyrna | Channel 95 will feature live election results | Milton voters want their old precinct back

Texas: Judge: Hidalgo County election stands | Immigration database target of latest Texas anti-fraud efforts | Unusual date makes state, local runoff elections unpredictable

U.S. Virgin Islands: St. Croix board of elections approves paper ballots policy

Virginia: Pets, deceased receive forms to vote in Va. fueling complaints | Residents raise concerns over polling places

Washington: Area celebrities and King County elections department partner to help voters 'Be Informed'

West Virginia: Guilty plea hearing set in vote fraud case

Wisconsin: Q&A: City clerk talks about recall, future elections | Madison landlords required to supply voter registration forms

Friday, 20 July 2012

July 20, 2012

National News: Legal battles erupt over tough voter ID laws

Arizona: O'Connor plugs civility, urges voter participation | Groups call Arizona initiative unconstitutional

Colorado: Liberal group keeping a magnifying glass on Gessler

Florida: Sarasota County sends incorrect voter registration cards | Blanks seeks to be first black elections chief | Broward elections office now on Facebook | Confusion possible at Hendry polls?

Georgia: Saturday voting coming up this weekend | Students, voters head to schools in the same week

Illinois: Get out the vote effort focused on immigrants

Indiana: Clerk to target actual voting status of active, inactive voters

Iowa: Voter fraud isn't a problem, Miller says

Kansas: Study finds Wichitans have less access to ID | Nursing homes concerned with election law

Maryland: Election board addresses OC voter discrepancies

Michigan: Audit finds state spent $50M on computer system plagued with problems | Secretary of state computer project mismanaged, cost taxpayers $50M, report shows | Political parties hope to avoid cost of a special election

Minnesota: Voter ID amendment supporters sue over ballot question title change

Missouri: Voter ID among top concerns of GOP secretary of state candidates

New Hampshire: Merrimack lays out new voter ID law procedures

New York: Referendum would change Sylvan Beach election | When will NY be able to register on Facebook?

Ohio: Husted asks feds for immigration database | Summit elections board ties on whether to allow people to speak | Husted appeals judge's rejection of bid to end provisional ballot rules deal

Pennsylvania: Pa. officials to unveil new voter ID card | Lawmaker wants repeal of new voter ID law

Texas: Trial examines assisted voting in Hidalgo election | Asian American leaders express concern about voter ID law

Virginia: Local group seeks to move Manassas elections

Washington: Tom Douglas, Rick Steves join forces to remind voters to return ballots

Wisconsin: Felon charged with voter fraud | Election report reveals complainants' violations, finds no fraud | Poll workers decide job isn't worth it | City finding some incorrect addresses for election-day registration