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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

August 16, 2017

National News: President makes civil rights-related appointment to DHS

Alabama: Power outage does not stop voting in Colbert Co. | Secretary of state: Voter turnout so far today 'abysmal' | Voters express concern over low turnout at the polls

California: Napa Co.'s election division seeks input on draft election plan

Colorado: Colorado voter registration at record high despite cancellations | Frederick recall election 'absolutely ridiculous waste of money'

Florida: Felons' voting rights activists want 1M petitions

Illinois: Polling places in Normal shift to Heartland Community College

Indiana: County considers buying new voting equipment

Iowa: State of Iowa law changes effecting voting and election day registration process

Maine: Building under contract for sale, displacing city polling place

Maryland: Two top Hogan officials OK'd participation in voter fraud commission, emails show

Michigan: Detroit city clerk candidates answers your questions | Judge: Detroit absentee ballots from primary will stand | Chaos continues in Macomb Co. clerk office

Minnesota: Election issues being considered in the county

Nevada: Las Vegas to recognize vote center ambassadors

New York: Thousands in Queens remain without a place to vote on primary day | False election info in message that's gone viral

Ohio: Butler Co. BOE employee dies | County considers voting options

South Dakota: Minnehaha Co. could invest $300K in new 'smart' voting machines

Texas: Federal court orders Texas voting map changes ahead of 2018 | Federal court invalidates part of Texas congressional map | Parker takes post with Texas Association of Election Administrators

Utah: Utah Co. ballot blunder causes confusion at polls | As of noon, only 216 people had voted in-person in all of Salt Lake Co.

Virginia: President makes civil rights-related appointment to DHS | Electoral board studies pay increase for poll workers

Washington: Primary election turnout reaches 27 percent

West Virginia: AG and secretary of state urge SCOTUS to protect election integrity