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Monday, 30 November 2015

November 26-30, 2015

National News: FVAP simplifies absentee voting

Arkansas: County given option for new electronic voting machines | Polling centers given state's OK | Commission seeks public input on vote centers

California: San Francisco sets sights on open source voting by 2019

Colorado: Low voter turnout among young Tri-County voters

Delaware: Rehoboth seeks to streamline voter registration

Florida: Plaintiffs back off changes to Tampa-area voting districts

Georgia: Runoff set for Dec. 1 | Secretary of state works with board of elections

Illinois: Tallian makes call for easier voting process

Indiana: Jasper candidates agree on judge for recount

Kansas: Kobach, public await actions by two courts on proof-of-citizenship law | Kansas black leaders call for same-day voter registration

Kentucky: Home for voting machines tops Bracken meeting

Louisiana: Recapping election night 2015

Massachusetts: Maynard, Stow town clerks prepare for early voting | At-large council recount shelved, complaints remain|

Michigan: Michigan's straight-ticket option may be eliminated

Nevada: Election Day ramblings from long time poll workers

New Jersey: Winner of Neptune City council race changes after recount | Recount fails to change election outcome in Morris Twp.

New York: New petition to improve voter experience under way | Court to hear challenge to Lewiston election results

North Carolina: NAACP seeks to block 2016 voter ID requirement | State NAACP files preliminary injunction of photo ID law | Elections board supports second vote in Benson | Elections board plans hand recount

Ohio: County agrees to help pay for e-poll books

Texas: Harris Co. mulls easier voting

Utah: Utah Dems will be able to include independent voters in primaries

Virginia: Election fraud charge tied to Nelson Co. residency

Washington: Port of Olympia recount set for Wednesday| Close Benton Co. election requires manual recount

Wisconsin: Longtime election clerk has seen it all | Call for more election workers