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August 23-25, 2014

National News: Voter citizenship issue goes before federal judge | On the fall docket: Who gets to vote and who gets to decide | Two-tiered voting at heart of constitutional showdown | Federal appeals court to hear Kansas, Arizona voting rights case

Arizona: Federal judge halts primary over Peoria ballot problems | Coconino Co. absentee ballots being held | U.S. Court to hear case on voting restrictions as Arizona prepares for polls | Election officials caution hopefuls | Dual track election means only one race on ballot for some | Replacement poll workers fill last minute vacancies

Arkansas: Commission finalizes election plans | Sebastian Co. election commission corrects polling center votes

Florida: Commission considers last-minute election change | Bay Co. preparing for primary election | Poll workers receive final instructions | Lawmaker pitching online voter registration | Judge approves new House map | Judge approves new maps, allows elections to go forward | Early voting numbers down from 2012, 2010 primaries | Polling location changes in Escambia Co. | More than 100K ballots cast in Pinellas | Can a misspelling on a sample ballot affect an election? | Police investigating report of disturbance between candidates | Behind the scenes work almost done for Manatee election | Fire destroys Pinellas voting location | Fewer than 2K take part in early voting | Hillsborough precinct clerks prepare for election | Thousands of Marion voters get early jump on voting | Church ends polling place service amid complaints | Behind the scenes, poll workers prepare for primary day | PBC elections supervisor says early voting worth expense | 'Souls to the polls' returns to Miami-Dade

Georgia: Camden volunteers try to get people registered and to the polls | Democrats adopt 2016 presidential primary calendar

Guam: GEC meets to discuss election operations

Hawaii: Elections commission launches investigation into primary election problems | Elections officer explains troubled Hawaii primary | Elections chief defends primary decisions | Three subcommittees will examine primary decisions

Idaho: Boise polling locations raise questions

Indiana: Committee issues draft of county vote center plan | Despite plea, Hebron won't get early voting site for November

Iowa: Supposed partisan intentions driving SOS race

Kansas: Kobach employs election specialist | Appeals court to hear arguments over Kansas voter-ID law | Dem SOS candidate challenges Kobach to release his tax forms

Kentucky: Bills would allow voters to decide if felons can regain voting rights

Michigan: Election certification starts clock for recount request

Mississippi: Trail over GOP Senate race moved to Sept. 16

New Mexico: RR voting lawsuit gets green light | Judge denies state rep.'s voter fraud petition | County invites public to test new voting machines | Space crunch hits Bernalillo Co. ballots

New York: What price democracy? In Rockland about $1M

North Carolina: Despite DOJ challenges, most still favor voter ID laws | State BOE upholds county plan | New elections director starts today

Ohio: Ohio to mail voters absentee ballot applications | Election board directors announce retirement | Ohio GOP target Nina Turner as too partisan to be SOS

South Carolina: Chapin election date in dispute

South Dakota: Candidates see solutions in alternatives

Texas: District 28 counties cutting polling locations, cutting costs for snap election | Houston will be part of national voter registration drive | Texas SOS on 'Vote Texas 2014' campaign | Commissioners Court restricts early voting

Vermont: Write-in votes will take time to tally

Virginia: 15K voter registrations challenged in Fairfax

Washington: Federal judge: Change Yakima elections system | Snohomish Co. has worst voter turnout in state

Wisconsin: Walker, Van Hollen again ask court to reinstate voter ID

Wyoming: Lessons for voters: Fill in ovals, don't bleed on ballots