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Friday, 19 November 2010

Oct 19, 2010

National News: 10 years after Bush v. Gore, new concerns about voting

Alabama: Official: 71 voters received 'bad' ballots

Alaska: Alaska race may make for a long eletion night

Arkansas: Voting machines cause problems in Benton County

California: Fresno County candidate levels voting rights charges  |  Ranked-choice voting: Easy as 123

Connecticut: The race for secretary of state  |  Vote with a click?

Florida: Elections office is 'steady and busy'  |  Palm Beach County early voting 'piece of cake,' nothing like 2008  |  Flu shots offered at early voting sites  |  First day of early voting begins without major problems

Georgia: Kemp: I kept promises in office

Indiana: Marion County tests voting machines  |  White seeks donations to air ads in secretary of state race  |  Early voting sites open with future on the line

Kansas: Candidates differ on voter ID question  |  Rally to protect voting rights of mentally ill

Massachusetts: Supreme Court won't hear challenges to Massachusetts' ban on voting by felony inmates  |  Supreme Court rejects Massachusetts felons' voting rights challenge  |  Accessibility solution sought for historic polling place

Michigan: Polling place improvement grant helps community

Minnesota: Secretary of state race highlighted

New York: Mark where? Small print ballots a big concern  |  Fiery church crash forces change of polling place  |  Building ranks of young voters and poll workers

Rhode Island: Secretary of state candidates spar in debate

South Carolina: South Carolina not an early voter state  |  Voting machines met with growing suspicion  |  Federal government to watch voting

Texas: Increased absentee, early voting demand  |  Early voting pleasant surprise  |  Impatient early voters could miss wet/dry ballot  |  Some Harris County early voters upset by poll watchers

Virginia: Virginia Beach to forgo use of laptops at polls on Nov. 2

West Virginia: Election violation charge against Observer dismissed

Wisconsin: Attorney argues vote fraud laws stacked against blacks