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Monday, 12 December 2011

December 10-12, 2011

National News: Civil rights groups, Democrats fight early-voting limits | Civil rights activists in NY protest voting rules

Arizona: Elections officials grapple with new American Indian language rule

California: San Francisco board of supervisors breaks ranks on voting system

Florida: Florida's infamous voting machines sold by collector | Congressional aide is latest candidate for Hernando elections supervisor | More issues with elections office building

Illinois: Another vote on election board?

Indiana: Officials begin work for '12 vote | Rokita finds election law expertise useful as he adjusts to life on Hill | Judge weighs request in White case | Judge delays ruling in dismissal of White case | Keller council runoff to cost almost $30K

Louisiana: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals denies new election in St. Bernard

Maine: Former secretary of state enters senate race

Maryland: Report: Maryland has nation's second best election website

Minnesota: Secretary of state's website raked first in nation for election information

New Jersey: Fairfield Twp. voting turmoil back in court | Bill to make it easier to vote by mail clears senate panel

New York: Local counties fret extra primary

North Carolina: Statesville election under review

Ohio: Husted certifies signatures to put elections law on next year's ballot | County elections board fills open post | Election board defends budget request | Elections director resigns

Pennsylvania: Recount set in York County council race

Rhode Island: RI ACLU slams new voter identification rules

South Carolina: Civil rights groups send second letter asking DOJ to block SC voter ID law

South Dakota: Shannon commission approves limited early voting in 2012

Texas: Supreme Court blocks redistricting plan for Texas | 2011 election season comes to an end

Wisconsin: Voter ID law becomes law of unintended consequences | State to explain new voter ID law in ad campaign | Some Wisconsin voters having trouble getting required ID | NAACP, immigration groups to sue over voter ID law | Silver Lake Village Hall will be more accessbile for disabled voters | Recall election may cost Manitowoc County $300K