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December 5, 2014

National News: Does your vote count? | The death of voting booths; America is changing the way we vote

Arkansas: UA students plan shuttle bus for early voters

California: Chula Vista race going to recount | Wilson cancels recount request | County election stats: 66 percent vote by mail

Colorado: Citizen boards flex muscle in opposition of new Colo. election laws | Citizen boards flex muscle over new election laws in Pueblo

Florida: State elections chief apologizes to D2 candidates

Illinois: Kay blasts new voting bill | State House and Senate decide election-day registration should stay | Same-day registration moves to governor's desk

Indiana: Election board to talk voting centers | County's voting rate worst in state

Kansas: Voter turnout touted, but not 'suspense' list

Kentucky: Election board begins preparing for May 2015

Louisiana: Bill Cassidy, Mary Landrieu and a Jewish election problem

Michigan: Recount to begin Monday

Mississippi: Old maps on city website confuse residents, candidates

Missouri: Election equipment causes concern | Kander certifies election

Montana: Recount process begins for state senate race | Recount off to slow start

North Carolina: State board hearing set for Tuesday

North Dakota: ND voter glitch was minor | Timing could put Fargo mayoral election during flood season

Ohio: Elections office conduct audit of November's votes | Redistricting reform passes Ohio House in bipartisan votes

Oregon: GMO labeling gains one vote in Benton Co. | Four more counties post recount results

Tennessee: Hernando fire station proposed as temporary polling place

Texas: County looking at the need for new election system | Wilson Co. registrar laughs off voter fraud complaint

U.S. Virgin Islands: Both district elections boards certify runoff results

Virginia: Arlington Dems likely to opt for primary, not caucus in 2015

Washington: Yakima ACLU ruling prompts Wenatchee to mull districts