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Thursday, 11 December 2014

December 11, 2014

Alabama: Mobile Co. approves $5M for capital equipment purchases

Alaska: Judge asks plaintiffs, state to consider settlement in Alaska Native voting rights case

Arizona: Recount nears completion | Machine recount of 220K votes done

California: Voters to weigh in on voting change | City moves toward district elections

Colorado: Boulder Co.'s election results now final, despite canvass board's vote

Connecticut: Killingly council considers consolidating polling places | Voter turnout in November was 56 percent

Florida: Protestors hold silent sit-in for felon voting rights restoration

Illinois: Election law awaits signature | Special election to replace comptroller may be on table | Officials unclear on filling Topinka vacancy

Indiana: Recount to be continued

Kansas: Tough voting laws unless in ID theft case

Louisiana: Candidate requests recount in Lake Charles

Maine: Secretary of state says recount rules need to be changed | SoS pledges review of rules, stresses human error caused recount controversy

Michigan: Recount completed

Missouri: Request to buy new voting equipment | Missouri elections integrity task force meets for first time

New Mexico: More than 41K Dona Ana Co. ballots to be recounted | Hobbs residents approve voter ID measure | New Mexico court clears way for recount

North Carolina: Asheville tea party to challenge voter registrations | State BOE says not to request for new sheriff's election

Ohio: Grubbe's pick quits | Husted doesn't want legislators to redraw their own districts

Oregon: All but 2 Oregon counties have turned in new GMO results | Coos Co. home rule petitioners call for recount

Pennsylvania: Newly elected state rep. denies voter fraud claims

South Dakota: New SoS hires experience

Texas: Status of Harrison Co. elections official on agenda | Elections office now in courthouse

U.S. Virgin Islands: St. Croix recount will resume today | St. Croix election recount suspended

Wisconsin: West Allis man sentenced for voting twice in 2012

Wyoming: Wyoming celebrates 145 years of women voting