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Thursday, 15 September 2016

September 15, 2016

National News: DHS official: Election results safe from hackers | Obama's judges help to set election rules for November | On Election Day, ProPublica will lead a national team of real-time voting sleuths | Sowing doubt is seen as prime danger in hacking voting system

Alabama: Secretary of state investigating Fairfield's election

Arizona: Recount begins | Jones files lawsuit on CD5 overvotes, rejected provisional ballots

California: County registrars receiving calls from concerned voters | Registration letters cause 'severe' concern

Connecticut: Meriden Republican registrar of voters retiring of 55 years

Delaware: Delaware Dept. of Elections investigating website crash during returns | Ex-offenders head to the polls during primaries

Florida: Supervisor of elections candidate contests primary election results | UT to battle Florida Gators in voter registration competition

Georgia: Georgia facing federal lawsuit over voter registration process | All voting precincts open for Nov. 8 election | DeKalb election law ruled unconstitutional

Illinois: Marion Co. clerk named Illinois clerk of the year | Lawsuit could block same-day voter registration

Indiana: Officials ready to welcome early voters

Louisiana: Early voting to be available at Kees Park

Maryland: Baltimore takes steps to avoid another messy election | Election judge shortage in Cecil

Massachusetts: This year, you can early vote in the Massachusetts general election | Early voting could further boost turnout

Michigan: Village voters to cast ballots at church

Mississippi: Secretary of state launches Y'allVote | Voters get new election information site

Missouri: More problems reported in disputed election in St. Louis | Missouri Legislature overrides Nixon veto of voter ID bill | Missouri House overrides ID veto

New Jersey: Couple say signed ballots were cast, but they did not vote

New Mexico: Supreme Court revives election-related constitutional amendments | Court affirms amendment ending ban on 'idiot' voters

New York: BOE to consider emergency regulations for independent expenditures

North Carolina: Robeson gets early voting hours | App State says not to early voting at Legends | Cosner named Durham Co. BOE chief of staff

Oklahoma: State election board warns of potential email scams

Pennsylvania: Union Co. poll worker violated election law, police say

Rhode Island: BOE adapts to change in leadership, technology for primary | Provisional ballots, recounts could be a factor

South Carolina: Thousands in SC have voted in wrong precinct

South Dakota: Secretary of state: Ditch pro/con statements on ballot questions

Tennessee: Commission members survey election sites | Wilson Co. adds 5th early voting site | UT to battle Florida Gators in voter registration competition

Texas: Hearing on voter ID outreach set for Monday | State campaign addresses voter ID uncertainties | Commissioners complete polling location selections | Hidalgo Co. ready for November

U.S. Virgin Islands: Joint Board approves color-coded ballot | St. Croix elections board looks at strengths, weaknesses

Virginia: Smith Center exhibit shows elections past | Electoral board fires general registrar | Blacksburg company working to develop secure online voting | JMU student under investigation for voter fraud

Wisconsin: UW-Madison students can get voter IDs at polling places on Election Day