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October 15, 2014

National News: Whites are more supportive of voter ID laws when shown photos of black people voting | Will your vote actually count? | What the voter ID court battles could mean for Election Day

Alaska: Division of elections mistake leaves gubernatorial candidate out of pamphlet

Arizona: Maricopa Co. elections officials dealing with 2nd ballot blunder

Arkansas: Voting machines ready for early voting | Election commissioners print two early voting ballot versions

California: Registrar of voters admits more mistakes for mail-in ballots | San Bernardino Co. website lists personalized election information

Colorado: As ballots go out, fraud charges prove safeguards

Connecticut: Elections board, Common Cause object to funding Malloy mailer

Florida: PBC election office admits to printer error in unreadable sample ballot sent to voters

Georgia: Fort Oglethorpe elections chief pays for ballots | Legal action--and mass voter confusion--looms in Ga. as Election Day nears | Early voting off to strong start | Early voting is open, but sites are unequal

Idaho: Woodings calls on Denney to give up state pension

Illinois: Conservative group mails voter registration letters to deceased

Indiana: Voting machine test goes off without hitch

Iowa: Anderson pledges nonpartisanship if elected  

Kentucky: Accuracy board learns county voting machines ready for election | Judge blocks law banning campaigning near polls

Massachusetts: Hudson poll workers begin training with new machines

Michigan: Vernon elementary school will no longer be polling place

Minnesota: SoS Candidate: Military voters should vote online | Severson and Simon clash over new voting rules | Metro Bus offering free rides on Election Day

Missouri: Early voting proposal in Missouri meets with skepticism

Montana: New online voter pre-registration tool announced | Election Day voter registration? Referendum could end it

New Hampshire: Judges says SoS was justified in printing Nashua ballot on two pages

New Mexico: Ballot bleed-through doesn't alter voters | Sandoval Co. officials promise change after suit

New York: Polling site eliminated in Fulton | City BOE fights nepotism

North Carolina: Elections board gets tough on training | County scouting site for elections office | BOE works to eliminate 'phantom voters'

Ohio: Ruling leaves voting mess in Powell | Voter registration awareness day proposed | Ohio voters don't know who runs state elections, poll finds | County projects elections board salary shortfall | Husted orders Summit Co. BOE to adopt policy on employees' use of personal devices at work | Absentee voting: In-person totals up, mail down

Oregon: Voter's pamphlet 'huh?'--they're not typos

Pennsylvania: Bureau of elections to test machines | Landisville polling place to move across street

Tennessee: Tennessee releases app in time for Wednesday start of early voting | Secretary of state defends name on voting stickers | New poll books get the OK from election commission

Texas: Appeals Court reinstates Texas voter ID law | Commissioners continue election equipment process | Fifth Circuit allows Texas to enforce voter ID law | Court reinstates voter ID law | Brownfield man frustrated he can't vote with Native American ID | how to make sure your mail-in ballot counts

Utah: Cache Valley election division awarded for access | County assuring privacy of mail-in ballots

Virginia: New voting equipment used November 4 | Henrico to offer voter ID registration at libraries

Wisconsin: With voter ID blocked, election officials shift focus to boosting turnout