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Friday, 23 September 2011

September 23, 2011

Colorado: 17,687 county ballots in limbo | Mayor supports clerk and recorder in lawsuit | Fraud checks in place, clerk says

Connecticut: State plans random poll checks for Bridgeport primary

District of Columbia: Gray administration may seek waiver for BOEE nominee

Florida: Flagler County adopts budget, withholds increase sought by elections supervisor

Idaho: Satellite sites nixed for absentee voting | 9th Circuit tosses closed primary appeal

Illinois: Redistricting doesn't require re-registering

Indiana: White seeks dismissal of his indictment | Unopposed candidates almost kicked off ballot in Allen County

Louisiana: Officials warn of fraudulent voter registration website | Some challengers in state races raise more money than incumbents

Maine: Debate continues over voter fraud | Summers cites results of probe into voter fraud | Voting system remains concern

Massachusetts: Patrick skeptical about voter ID bills

Nevada: Judge wants redistricting plan in place by November 16

New Jersey: Clerk has begun mailing ballots for general election

New York: State may be forced to move primary day | 22 absentee ballots in Kingston to be opened Monday

North Carolina: Residents brave rain to cast early ballots | Taylortown polling place moved to town hall

Ohio: In Ohio, Democrats in 'make or break' fight over early voting | Akron council urges repeal of House Bill 194 | Cuyahoga County elections board starts vote-by-mail campaign | Hansford joins board of elections | Elections board: Prosecutor not pursuing voter falsification

Oklahoma: Challenge to Oklahoma voter ID law advances

South Carolina: Voter ID law to be discussed | Counties anxious over GOP primary funding

Tennessee: Knox County early voting costs

Texas: Austin keeps city election in May

West Virginia: Student government promotes early voting | Absentee ballot confusion persists

Wisconsin: Tomahawk woman organizes effort to get voter ID cards | Special elections have cost La Crosse $90K so far