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Friday, 30 September 2016

September 30, 2016

National News: Google searches for voter registration have surged in Hispanic areas | Feds will send fewer election observers

Alabama: Error in amendment language forces ballots to be reprinted | Poll workers could use iPads

Alaska: North Slope lawmaker says he now wants to continue lawsuit

Arizona: Pinal voters inadvertently switch status | Attorney general decides against extra day for voter registration | Thousands of election pamphlets being reprinted

California: Facebook gives big spike to California voter registrations | Sacramento Co. eyes dramatic shift to vote-by-mail under new law | Browns signs legislation to overhaul voting system | Will voting overhaul help or hurt LA County turnout? | More Californians will vote-by-mail

Colorado: County election officials prepare to mail out ballots

Connecticut: Social media lead to surges in voter registration | Registrars of voters take steps to make election go smoothly | Court tells CT it doesn't have to redo a couple million ballots

District of Columbia: DC BOE tells 5,700 registered voters they aren't registered

Florida: Hillsborough Co. prepping for secure, flawless vote | Brevard's future voters get taste of 2016 election | Florida vote-by-mail hits record 2.5M requests | Ballot selfies still a no-go in Florida

Illinois: Illinois asks judge to stay voter-registration ruling | Clerk decries same-day ruling | Advocates: Suspension of same day registration will suppress the vote | DuPage election commission wants its lawyer to be less political | Chicago groups prepare for Nov. 8

Indiana: Tippecanoe Co.'s voting machines tested | A quarter of all names on Tippecanoe Co. absentee ballots are wrong

Iowa: Convenience compels voters to cast absentee ballots | Scott Co. brings in extra hands to help with early voting

Kansas: Kansas, ACLU reach temporary agreement on voter ID

Louisiana: Juban Crossing to host 'super voting precinct'

Maryland: Maryland moves forward with online voting despite warnings from cyber-experts

Massachusetts: Brookline, state prepping for first-ever early voting

Michigan: Secretary of state says voter registration not targeted in state

Mississippi: Civic duty brings election commissioners back to their posts

Montana: McCulloch touts accomplishments in SOS office | Missoula elections office finishes reprinting ballots

New Mexico: Dona Ana Co.'s voting options for people with disabilities

New York: New York sees surge in voter registrations | SUNY Geneseo to have own polling site for November

Ohio: Ohio may spend $150M to replace aging voting equipment | Husted says no attempted hacks in to voter database | Electronic pollbooks coming, but may not be used in November

Pennsylvania: Cybersecurity expert: One battleground state most vulnerable to voting hacks | Luzerne Co. presents its side on why past election director was fired

Texas: Texas schools may be flouting rules on student voter registration | 'Guac the Vote'--taco trucks in Texas become voter registration booths | Fight erupts in commissioners court over early voting sites

Virginia: Harrisonburg voter registration fraud sparks photo ID argument | He fought in WWII. He died in 2014. And he just registered to vote in Va. | Absentee voting in Va. receives massive response

Washington: State protecting voter registration database from hackers | Columbus Day bumps mail-in voter registration deadline | Mall shooter fallout: Secretary of state to propose citizenship checks for voters

West Virginia: County gets grant to upgrade polling places

Wisconsin: DMV gives wrong information on voter ID | City looking at new polling place after church fire