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Monday, 06 February 2017

February 4-6, 2017

National News: Executive order on voter fraud quietly stalled | McConnell: No money for voter fraud investigation | New look at modernizing voter registration | Analysis: Why voting rights advocates are worried about voter fraud probe | Vice president will head investigation into voting irregularities

Arizona: Secretary of state's office seeks peace with county recorders

Arkansas: Voter ID law debate | Filing would put Arkansas voter-ID amendment before public

California: No voter fraud suspected in Kings | Elk Grove city council fills vacancy by appointment, angering those who called for vote

Idaho: Legislature to fix election problem

Iowa: Proposed legislation centered on voting and elections raises concerns

Kentucky: Boyd clerk's office receives clean audit from state

Louisiana: St. John becomes first parish to appoint registrar under new rules

Michigan: Ottawa Co. to upgrade polling machines

Missouri: Missouri Republicans vow to fund photo ID implementation in tough budget year | County clerk Wagner resigns

New Jersey: Burlington Co. clerk's office moving

New Mexico: Clerks say voter fraud unlikely

North Carolina: Voter registrations at DMV nearly double in a year

Ohio: About 7,500 people once purged from Ohio rolls voted in November | Commissioners to fund stipend for elections board | Franklin Co. to use electronic poll books to speed voting process

Texas: County sets Feb. 13 hearing on countywide polling | Appeals court upholds judge's ruling on Pasadena elections in voting rights case | Complaint filed over Harrison mail-in ballots

Vermont: VT pauses automatic voter registration after problems | State in process of fixing error that caused ineligible voters to be registered | Town clerks weigh in on second recount in House race

Virginia: Precinct changes and new voting machines | Bill adding new hurdle to voter registration gets House approval | Manasass expands voting precincts

Washington: Opponents of e-voting in Washington call proposed bill 'dangerous' | Lawmakers want to revamp primary system

West Virginia: County clerk open to discuss voter records