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Monday, 30 October 2017

October 28-30, 2017

National News: States struggle to upgrade aging voting equipment | High Court delays voter-purge case due to lawyer's medical leave

Alabama: Democrats want to ditch new crossover voting law | Ousted Brighton mayor to fight for voting rights

Arkansas: Investigation into alleged Shady Grove voter fraud closed

California: UC to create online voting portals, centralized polling stations

Florida: Voting rights effort finds a new venue in constitution commission | Seminole Co. residents still flooded out by Irma

Guam: Primary election bill sent back to committee

Indiana: Indiana accused of using flawed data to purge voters | IN secretary of state accused of violating federal election laws

Kentucky: Grimes responds to fired elections staffer's accusations

Massachusetts: Longmeadow to use e-poll books for election check-in

Michigan: New voting equipment passes test runs | Michigan gets new voting machines | New user-friendly voting machines unveiled | Michigan resisting challenge to ban on straight-party voting | Judge OKs restraining order against Macomb clerk

Minnesota: Little seeks to make voting easier

Mississippi: Secretary of state visits PHS to 'Promote the Vote'

Missouri: St. Louis City workers testing more than 300 voting machines | Boone Co. Dems name office in honor of Wendy Noren

New Hampshire: Democrats allege Gatsas encouraging voters to break law governing use of absentee ballots

New York: Judge dismisses Yorktown clerk's lawsuit over polling locations

North Carolina: Need a reminder why you should vote? Ask loser of coin flip | Working the polls leads to long days

Ohio: High Court delays voter-purge case due to lawyer's medical leave | Cuyahoga Co. elections officials reviewing 'irregularities' surrounding ballot requests | Voters will see new sign-in at polls

Pennsylvania: County election safe from hacking, director says | Mercer Co. BOE preparing for election day | Conestoga high new voters achieve successful registration drive | Bill would allow Pa. soldiers to vote online

South Carolina: Ex-Anderson mayor sued over ballot dust-up

Texas: Travis Co. Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir reflects on implementing countywide voting centers | Candidate granted restraining order in lawsuit against Donna | Some Texans will have a different way to vote--but only in the Nov. 7 election | Early voting continues, but turnout lowest since 2011

Utah: Utah Co. makes changes to avoid vote-by-mail glitches faced in primary | A polygamous town is having an election people are 'hopeful it's going to be fair'

Virginia: LWV stalwart lauded by Fairfax board of supervisors

Washington: Sheriff recommends 4 voter fraud cases for prosecution | More drop boxes, but are more people voting because of it?

West Virginia: Advocate says hacking, social media the new forms of voter suppression