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Monday, 18 June 2012

June 16-18, 2012

Alaska: Judge allows election to proceed, despite redistricting concerns | New report on botched Anchorage election says city broke its own election laws

Arizona: Arizona's voter ID law gets temporary pass from Supreme Court | Changes coming to Gilbert elections | Recorder disputes claims of vote fraud

Arkansas: Group says Arkansas voter registration access lacking

California: Riverside County officials laud faster vote count | California county clerks working last/next elections | Fraud allegations, eviction threat colors Vernon elections | Vote-by-mail requests hit record | In mail ballot era, learning to wait on results

Colorado: Double ballots result in scolding | County rolls out tool for vote tracking | Boulder, Weld counties open voter service centers today | Misprint won't affect ballots

Florida: Scott's voter roll purge wins fans, energizes opposition | Voter registration groups back out in Palm Beach County | Polk election workers stepping up voter registration efforts | Voter purge likely to have little impact in Polk | Elections supervisor is EWLI roundtable speaker

Guam: Election prep in full swing

Illinois: Wisconsin election complaint has Illinois connection

Iowa: In Pennington, each vote cost more than $7

Kansas: Secretary of state talks about voter law | State redistricting affects logistics down to smallest level

Michigan: Controversial election reform laws subject to town hall meeting | City of Muskegon makes final decisions on polling locations

Minnesota: Legislature can intervene in voter ID lawsuit; Ritchie says he won't defend proposal

Missouri: Jasper County clerk: Tornado victims' status key to voting precincts

Nebraska: Democrats call for election official's resignation | Election chief explains poll changes

New Hampshire: Voter ID bill resisted by town, city clerks

New Mexico: NM ends straight-ticket voting option

North Carolina: NAACP president speaks out against voter ID proposal | Cumberland County BOE disagrees on one-stop voting for Sunday

Ohio: Ohio voter forms to be sent

Oklahoma: Osborn readies for primary election

Pennsylvania: Lawsuit planned over Pa.'s voter ID law | Election director: Voter ID law won't pose any problems

Rhode Island: Voter ID cards distributed

South Carolina: Election commission to mull runoff

South Dakota: Mitchell candidate protests election results

Tennessee: Election commission helping voters prepare for upcoming elections

Virginia: Feds agree to Va. county's voting bailout

Wisconsin: Van Wanggaard seeks recount