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Monday, 19 September 2011

September 17-19, 2011

National News: GOP-led states change voting rules ahead of 2012 | Do new voting laws suppress fraud or Democrats?

Connecticut: HAVA: The legacy of the 2000 presidential election

Florida: State allows civil rights groups to intervene in federal voting lawsuit | Election law still under fire

Illinois: Early voting sites planned for next fall

Indiana: Ex-councilmember joins voter board | Dekalb County votes down vote centers

Iowa: Cerro Gordo considering more vote centers

Louisiana: Kenner registrar of voter's office now open | Moving registrar to be costly

Massachusetts: Polling changes afoot

Mississippi: Voter ID goes on the ballot

New Hampshire: Springerville council votes to go to all mail-in ballots

New York: Will election result problems continue in November? | County saves on ballots during primary

North Carolina: School closing leaves polling place in question

Ohio: Betras recommended to serve on Mahoning County elections board | Cuyahoga County task force to reach out to voters | Husted touts new voting program

South Carolina: In Beaufort County, 10 percent of voters must seek ID to vote

Tennessee: Haslam answers Durbin's voter ID complaint | McNairy election precincts studied

Utah: County, state ponder election changes to reduce costs | Commission denies request to end mail-only voting in Corinne

Virginia: Smyth establishes central absentee voting precinct | Montgomery County caught in tangled web

West Virginia: Voting begins this week