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December 1, 2015

Alabama: Students struggle to vote through mailing center

Arkansas: Washington Co. steps toward voting centers | Election commission wants to move early voting out of court house | Polling places could shut down in Washington Co.

California: Registrar explains changes in Laughlin election process

Colorado: Clerical glitch fueled speculation about Colorado Springs shooting suspect

Connecticut: Weston selected for post-election audit | Westport registrars to conduct audit of voting machines

Florida: Cities push to retain control of local election dates | Election supervisors urging Fla. Supreme Court to decide on new district lines | Florida cities 'on alert,' seeking to kill election date change idea

Georgia: The New Georgia Project: Stacey Abrams's $10M plan to double down on voter registration | League of Women Voters wants inquiry into data breach | Election officials, mapping and patrols to keep polling place violators in check | Hazlehurst mayoral election results overturned, will have re-vote | Increased security at polls for Tuesday's run-off elections

Indiana: It's December, beginning of 2016 absentee voting period

Kansas: Madison files for re-election as county clerk

Mississippi: House committee set to decide election | Ballot-counting delays vex routine 2-county election | Polling places to be moved

Missouri: Kraus announces voter ID as top priority

Nevada: Absentee ballot guide

New Mexico: Online voter registration to launch Jan. 1

North Carolina: Trinity may have to hold new election | Early primary may make it tough for NC candidates | Watauga Co. BOE chair Luke Eggers resigns

Pennsylvania: Regoli won't seek recount in Westmoreland Co.| Groups call for mail-in voting, in-person early voting and more

South Dakota: Krebs: Sec. of state office emphasizes customers

Tennessee: Tennessee seeks to dismiss voter ID lawsuit | Davis to helm Christmas parade

Texas: Election crews always think of 'one more thing'