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Thursday, 16 June 2016

June 16, 2016

National News: Primary voting problems have advocates concerned about November elections | How behavioral science could get more Americans to vote | Ballot design pro helps prevent election snafus | Will your voting machine work on Election Day?

Alabama: Hartselle moves voting place with wet-dry vote likely

Arizona: Letter raises questions, confuses some Valley residents| AG rejects 'election bibile' complaint against Reagan | Commission faults MVD for election confusion

California: Almost 2M ballots remain uncounted | County counts 4 of 12 provisional ballots

Colorado: Election study group hears mostly 'no' on presidential primary

Florida: Mailers causing confusion among voters

Georgia: Group wants to register 1M voters | Budget for Lowndes poll workers slashed |

Idaho: Ada Co. to recount ballots in commissioner race

Illinois: Peoria countywide election commission works out wrinkles

Kansas: Kansas moves to register those without citizenship proof | Hundreds of Reno Co. voters newly eligible to cast partial Aug. 2 ballot | Election commissioners working to comply with federal court ruling

Maine: Recount anticipated in Congressional primary | Dunlap says his office is ready if recount is requested | Maine primaries are over, let the recounts begin | Statewide, primary turnout appears light

Massachusetts: You can vote on where Boston's inaugural early voting locations should be | Newton election commission gauging support for early voting

Michigan: City clerk brings voting machines for class elections

Missouri: Accessible voting machine demonstrated

New York: BOE appointee refuses to give up lobbying gig | Why voter rolls can be a mess

North Carolina: County approves $32K for voting booths | Commissioners meet to improve voting experience| Harris formally requests recount

North Dakota: Close Bismarck commission race could prompt recount | Some West Fargo voters headed to wrong polling location | Primary turnout 24 percent | Mayor's race ends in tie, but some absentee votes still outstanding | Mail-in voting a success in Hettinger and Billings counties

Ohio: Husted applauds new online registration laws | Voter mailings draw ire from residents | Belmont Co. BOE prepare for construction woes at Carnes Center for November election | Wilcox serves on state panel

Oklahoma: Felon declares himself a voter

South Carolina: Anderson elections office looking ahead to runoffs

Tennessee: Voting machines will be open to inspection prior to August election

U.S. Virgin Islands: District BOE to bring voters' registration to correctional facility

Virginia: Sex offenders who are still locked up may have won right to vote again in Va.