National News: Clinton, Sanders vie as voting rights champions | New play about voter suppression comes to D.C. | Rock the Vote announces partnership with bebe | Democratic group called iVote pushes automatic voter registration
California: San Mateo Co. easily passes its historic, all-mail ballot test | Turnout up, costs down in San Mateo Co.'s all-mail election | Registrar of voters office continues to work on official election canvass | All-mail-in ballot a winner in Bay Area vote
District of Columbia: Should 16-year-olds in D.C. get to vote for president?
Florida: Lee elections office unveils new equipment | Fla. SoS visits Duval ahead of 2016 elections | Duval elections chief: As many as 80 percent of 2016 Duval voters could choose early voting | Election supervisors want redistricting complete by mid-December | Lawmakers ponds new redistricting methods
Georgia: Voting machine memory stick drama in Georgia sparks scandal, probe | LaVista Hills may challenge cityhood election | Officials certify DeKalb election, LaVista Hills supporters skeptical | Suspended elections official griped about faulty gear
Indiana: Alleged snafu in vote for clerk is poll workers' third strike | Uncounted ballots won't change outcome of close races | Electronic poll books in Porter Co. get mixed reviews | Limiting vote centers saves money | Hundreds of Vanderburgh Co. ballots not counted on Election Day
Massachusetts: Early vote worries grow
Mississippi: Tie elections not a rarity
North Dakota: ND LWV may lobby for new voter registration laws
Ohio: What's to blame for election chaos? | Ohio elections chief wants county to review poll problems | Computers blamed for Hamilton Co. Election Day problems | Candidate wants apology after miscounted votes
South Dakota: Voter fatigue?
Texas: At precinct 344, lousy wiring and the hard-won right to vote | U.S. court keeps disputed Texas voting maps for 2016 | Combined voting locations may spur more change | Fort Bend officials cheer boosted turnout under new system | McLennan Co. gets final report of 350 ADA violations