Nice Social Bookmark

Thursday, 18 November 2010

Nov 18, 2010

Alaska: Alaska is not Florida  |  Murkowski claims victory in Alaska

Arkansas: Benton County OKs election changes

California: Vote count tight, messy in AG race  |  AG candidates monitor tally closely  |  State GOP will go after Contra Costa election officials

Colorado: Over votes the latest wrinkle in House race  |  Final election results expected by Friday

Connecticut: Two weeks after election, Bridgeport voters still frustrated

Florida: Clay County elections office has massive rebate for county  |  Commissioner to be arraigned for voter fraud  |  Clem saw a lot of change during 14 years as elections supervisor  |  Interview with Palm Beach County elections supervisor

Georgia: Secretary of state to create election reform panel  |  Twiggs election case referred to AG

Guam: Gutierrez camp begins review of registration lists in preparation for lawsuit

Indiana: Recounting of ballots delayed

Iowa: Mosiman named to secretary of state's transition team

Maine: Nader loses election tampering lawsuit

Massachusetts: Town meeting backs giving voting rights to noncitizens

Minnesota: GOP sues gubernatorial race claiming discrepancies in ballots  |  GOP asks high court to act before recount  |  County's ballots headed to Madison for recount

New Jersey: Recounts set for South Amboy, Linden elections

New York: In tight local races, focus is on absentee ballots  |  Dem cries foul after Republican question's his father's absentee ballot  |  New wrinkle in Senate race  |  Cumo asks court to expedite Senate election challenges  |  Addabbo seeks to increase ballot type size  |  New York ranks last in voter turnout

North Carolina: Recounts underway, Warner calls for new election  |  Polston files protest alleging votes cast illegally

Tennessee: Board delays search for elections administrator

Texas: Birdwell files photo ID measure  |  Fraser files photo ID measure  |  No criminal wrongdoing found in recount

West Virginia: Vote calls rise

Wisconsin: Voting in schools is a tradition, but is it safe