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Monday, 10 September 2012

September 8-10, 2012

National News: Tight election may be tangled in legal battles | Vote changes spark duel | Voter registration drives adopting new methods

Alabama: Arbela clerk responds to election allegations | State AG, secretary of state to remain vigilant on voter fraud

Alaska: Anchorage lawmakers consider election law changes

Arizona: Top-two primary can be on ballot, state's high court rules

California: Mexican man admits to voter fraud | Online voter registration coming before November election | Citizens' group on lookout for voter fraud

Colorado: Probe confirms 141 non-citizens registered to vote | Secretary of state challenges citizenship of 10 area voters | Gessler, two county clerks targeted with lawsuit over 'election from hell'

ConnecticutNew London registrars to audit voting machines Wednesday | 'Missing ballots' take center stage in primary election hearing | Hartford's November election could be in jeopardy

Florida: Florida voters facing a long, long ballot in November | Voided rule prompts voter-registration push | Local church, county elections office plan voter registration drive | Budget forces Hernando County elections chief to reduce early voting | Commissioner's aide accused of trading favors for absentee ballots

Hawaii: Hawaii County sued over alleged defamation, mismanagement in clerk's office

Idaho: State voter's guide isn't subject to edits, fact-checking

Illinois: DuPage County taxpayers will save nearly $600K thanks to election commission's shared services

Indiana: Goshen to test new vote centers next spring

Iowa: Voting barriers still in Iowa | Programs to focus on voter fraud

Kentucky: Secretary of state heads to Middle East to review military voting

Louisiana: Secretary of state defends inactive-voter list

Massachusetts: Guidelines for poll observers requested in Worcester

Michigan: Secretary of state kicks off mobile campus registration | Secretary of state keeping citizen check-off box

Minnesota: Photo ID edict could hit 215K Minnesota voters

Nevada: Online voter registration is available all across Nevada

New York: Allegany County discusses taking over Wellsville elections | Voting concerns arise ahead of election season

North Carolina: 90-year-old Raleigh man pleaded guilty to voting fraud charge

Ohio: Absentee ballot plan eases voting, but increases risk for mistakes | Elections chief cancels order on early voting | Husted rescinds order blocking early voting hours

Oklahoma: Unofficial recount confirms Tulsa County clerk election results

Oregon: No chance for voter fraud, elections chief says | SOS candidate visits Astoria, touts views

Pennsylvania: Voter ID law set for review by state Supreme Court | Pa.'s lawyers argue to uphold voter ID law | Lawmaker proposes 'Voter ID Days' | As other states move to early voting or online registration, Pa. puts off action | Judge hears arguments on cameras in polling places

Rhode Island: Time is short to obtain free voter ID before primary

South Carolina: Jackson urges state to drop challenge to voter ID ruling

Tennessee: Administrator of elections issue to be brought up once again tonight | Voting locations change in Olive Branch, Southaven

Texas: Groups use voter ID as a tool to raise money, awareness | Voter ID for upcoming elections | Ballot review shows no irregularities in 2010 council election results

U.S. Virgin Islands: Primary election Q&A

Virginia: Changes coming to Virginia voting booths

West Virginia: Getting ready for big election