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Tuesday, 13 May 2014

May 13, 2014

National News: New voter ID laws hit setbacks

Alabama: Coffee Co. voting machines ahead of upcoming state primary | Opp to integrate polling places

Colorado: County GOP to hear from mail-ballot opponent

Florida: New Pasco polling place may boost early voting | Faulty filter lets Hillsborough voters list unlawful addresses

Indiana: Lake election officials take last look at vote tally

Iowa: Voters in care facilities can now vote by mail

Kansas: Fight over Kansas' voter ID law heating up

Maine: Biddeford looks at plan for just one polling place

Massachusetts: Panel recommends early voting, rejects same-day registration

Mississippi: Voter ID law takes effect with June 3 primary

Missouri: Lawmakers consider voter ID measure | Senate endorses early voting measure | Clerk schools students on voting

NebraskaSome local polling sites to feature new tablets | DOJ will monitor primary| Storms having an effect on the primary election as well | Polling places moved in Seward Co. due to storm damage | Polling place changes

New York: NYC's lever voting machines warehoused, but not forgotten

North Carolina: Group: 4 lawmakers have duplicate registrations | Judge considers voter ID arguments | Voter rights group says match does not mean fraud | Aiken's Democratic rival dies suddenly |

Ohio: Husted schedules hearing for removal of Lucas Co. BOE members | Husted: Elections board may appeal | Husted fires five election board officials | Husted to remove five from Lucas Co. election board

Oregon: County clerk debunks election accusations

South Carolina: Richland Co. looks to avoid 2012 voter headache remake

Tennessee: Irregularities in voting data led to double voting in May 6 election | Election worker fired over double voting

Texas: Recount could cost Gutierrez $4K | Dayton election results challenged, said to have errors

West Virginia: Election day FAQs | Clerk is ready for primary election | Kanawha Co. prepares for primary | W.Va. voters hit the polls | Early voting numbers set record

Wisconsin: Judge puts off deciding fees in voter ID case | Taxpayer bill for voter ID court battle expected to take some time | Van Hollen appeals ruling striking down voter ID law | Canvassers find no change in recount