National News: Pew says 22 percent of voters shared 2012 choices on social media |

California: County registrar of voters announces sudden departure | New county clerk-elections chief sworn in

Colorado: Gessler gets earful on listening tour

District of Columbia: DC elections chief has few answers on long voting lines | DC elections chief admits 'missteps'

Florida: Other states provide models for solving early voting problems | Florida elections chief defends voting laws has he begins listening tour | Manatee voters requested a record number of absentee ballots | $8M proposal suggests creating new elections office | City officials to review Election Day situation | Why voting absentee was a bad idea this year

Georgia: Richmond County looks at voter addresses

Guam: Election reform bill may be challenged in court | Legislature overrides veto of election reform bill

Hawaii: Green Party sues Hawaii elections chief over ballot shortages | Jamae Kawauchi starts new job as deputy prosecutor

Louisiana: Schedler: La. has improved voter turnout | Schedler urges other election officials to cut costs

Maryland: Frederick voter ID unlikely to be introduced to state legislature

Mississippi: Supervisors eye purchasing new voting machines

Missouri: Pay increase sought for St. Louis County election workers

Montana: Recount starts Monday

Nevada: Miller's voter ID proposal could easy way for same-day registration

New Jersey: 5 votes apart: Recount requested in tight Springfield election

New York: Saland withdraws legal scrutiny of ballots

Ohio: County BOE office wants move to larger facility | Husted: Ohio voting machines aging | Husted said it's easy to vote in Ohio and fraud is rare | Medina County elections board wants bigger facility | County election audit goes smoothly

South Carolina: Numbers still don't add up in Richland County

Tennessee: Commission to discuss administrator of elections

Texas: Cameron County chooses new elections administrator

Virginia: Voting problems can't happen again, residents say

Wisconsin: Ending same-day registration would cost state $5.2M right away | Taylor, Kramer spar over Election Day registration