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Monday, 15 November 2010

Nov 13-15, 2010

Alaska: Alaska elections director thrust into spotlight  |  Miller: Ballot fight unlikely if math doesn't work  |  In Alaska spelling bee, Fenumiai is queen

Arkansas: Changes ahead for early voting

California: Monitors say Bay Area could improve voting accessibility for non-English speakers  |  'Grinding on,' registrar's office continues to sort through ballots  |  After election, ranked-choice voting gets mixed reviews  |  Voting group demands grand jury look

Colorado: County election procedures under fire

Connecticut: Elections panel wants residents to air their grievances  |  Clemons drafts bill requiring one ballot per registered voter

Georgia: 'Godmother of voter registration' dies

Indiana: Judge grants GOP request for hand count

Maryland: McKay may ask for recount

Michigan: Incoming secretary of state picks transition team

Minnesota: Layers look ahead in tangled governor's race  |  Counties conclude canvas of governor's race  |  Recount part 2: Fewer absentee ballots rejected in 2010  |  Republicans sue St. Louis and Pine counties

New Mexico: System for voting machine audits in place  |  Voting rights at issue for Conservancy

New York: No kinks to work out next election  |  Key New York races remain undecided  |  New ballots create potential for long, suspenseful count

North Carolina: Board closes book on election

Ohio: 87 percent of paper balllots ordered not used  |  Ohio counties spent $155K on unused paper ballots  |  Unused paper ballots a big waste for Ohio  |  Provisional ballots get proven in Wood County  |  Lucas County validates 4,145 provisional ballots

Oklahoma: Election board secretary reappointed

Tennessee: Broken seals on voting machines could lead to voter distrust  |  Senate race called into question

Texas: State approves Ortiz's recount petition  |  Some who cast ballots in local option elections weren't local

Washington: Wandering ballots trickle in

West Virginia: GOP sets up site calling for special election

Wisconsin: Judge to rule on voter discrimination case  |  Aide: Falk will avoid $300K special election