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Wednesday, 17 December 2014

December 17, 2014

National News: Nominations agreed to by consent vote
California: Judge: Long Beach justified in not including ballot measure | Long Beach city council set to call special election | In Long Beach ballot fight, judge rules in favor of city | Recall election will cost district thousands

Florida: New legislation could allow former felons to vote in federal elections | Voting slow in primary for Jax House seat

Georgia: Terrell Co. elections office moves | City attorney not representing Fort Oglethorpe elections chief in lawsuit

Kentucky: Still no winner in Meade Co. clerk race | Grimes has 'bigger plan' after losing Senate race, but still undecided

Maryland: New voting machines finally on horizon | MoCo elections director sends email debunking news reports, but not to board

Massachusetts: First-ever recall in Fall River

Michigan: Former GR city clerk's lawsuit down to $1M | House panel agrees to strike petition voting rule

Mississippi: Convicted felon, one other indicted for illegally voting in Hattiesburg | Candidate asks for supervisor oversight and law enforcement during election and vote count

Missouri: County clerk talks election business at county commission meeting

New Mexico: Dunn wins land commissioner seat after recount finalized

New York: Early voting would come to NYC under new bill | Schools, county to talk polling places

North Carolina: How 2014 turnout data may fit into NC voting lawsuits | Court: Gilbert's salary should have been higher

Oregon: State certifies recount

Pennsylvania: Veteran state rep busted for taking $8,750 bribe to oppose ID law

Texas: Turnout lower for runoffs so far, Travis Co. officials say | County absorbs cost of election | Jan. 6 special election poses challenges | Pizza case denied by AG

U.S. Virgin Islands: Judge issues warrant for supervisor of elections

Virginia: Voting machine proposal puts at least one locality's plans on hold | Voting machines to aid area

Wisconsin: GAB director defends agency; Walker says he's open to change | Wisconsin elections board defends work