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October 20, 2016

National News: US election machine technology is out-of-date, experts say | No, the presidential election cannot be hacked | Can you rig a U.S. presidential election? Experts say it's impossible | New voter ID rules, other election changes could cause confusion| Will the new era of limited federal monitoring still protect voter rights? | Democracy nerds use tech to ease voter fraud concerns | Not enough voter fraud to change election | A historic 200M Americans are registered to vote

Alabama: E-poll books approved for Limestone Co. | Merrill: Alabama's elections will not be rigged or compromised

Arizona: Reagan: Safeguards in place to protect November election | Pima Co. elections director says election not rigged | Party representatives test Pima Co.'s ballot counting machines | Appeals Court considers blocking ballot harvesting law | Voter intimidation won't be tolerated on Election Day

California: Registrar of voters acknowledges ballot design flaw | USPS urges voters to watch for ballots in the mail | County installs 24/7 ballot drop box | Santa Clara Co. leaders respond to claims of rigged election | County elections prepping for fall election | San Joaquin Co. ballots need more money to mail in | Feds investigating nearly 100 voter guides in recycling bin | Registrar confident the vote is safe

Colorado: It would be really hard to 'rig' Colorado's elections system| Colo. election system 'best in the world' | Mesa Co. system prevents double voting | Denver poll workers get active shooter training as election nears | Psychology of 'I Voted' stickers

Connecticut: Town looking to hire poll workers for Election Day

Florida: Hillsborough Supervisor of Elections: 'People don't need to be concerned' | Martin Co. tests voting equipment | Premature posting of election results a mistake, but not a crime | Hurricane Matthew is making big changes to the Florida voter rolls | Broward voter's ballot is missing marijuana question | High voter registration may unexpectedly impact turnout | Normally quiet supervisor of elections race heats up | Election officials reject charges of rigged election | Misstep by Largo staff causes ballot mixup | Sanibel resident's mother celebrates 77 years of working polls

Georgia: Judge weighs extending voter registration a 2nd time | Columbus is averaging 140 voters per hour during early voting | Federal judge won't extend voter registration | Paulding voting early in same numbers as state's second-largest county

Hawaii: Despite spike in registration, low voter turnout expected in Hawaii

Idaho: Early walk-in voting on the rise

Illinois: Area high schoolers heading to polls to practice civic duty | Adams Co. ballot glitch to be fixed; early votes to be recounted

Indiana: Indiana Official: Altered voter registrations raise concerns | Officials: Voter registration will get done | Indiana official clarifies voter registration fraud probe | County officials report no widespread issues with voter records

Iowa: Burke rejects comments on rigged election | Iowa Wesleyan University opens satellite polling places for students today only

Kansas: Federal judge revives Kansas voting citizenship case with Kobach | Election officials show machines are balanced to count votes | Sedgwick Co. official has 'absolute confidence' in voting equipment

Louisiana: Yes, Louisiana, you can take selfies in the voting booth

Maine: Ballot question could change Maine's future elections| Maine clerks not happy about rigged election talk

Maryland: Baltimore struggles to recruit, train additional election judges

Massachusetts: Mass elections officials go on defense | Most Mass. communities exceeding early voting requirements | Town clerks prepare for early voting | Woman raises cash online to buy "I Voted" sticker for her city |

Michigan: Michigan GOP on guard against 'massive' voter fraud | Charlevoix Co. election workers explain steps to prevent voter fraud

Minnesota: Wanna be poll watchers beware

Missouri: Before you Snap, know the law | Jennings students learn about voting | Kander defends elections process

Montana: About 12K ballots already cast | Election officials: Voter fraud not a problem in Montana

Nebraska: Election process is 'very safe and secure'

Nevada: Nevada polling places to be dispatched volunteer 'election observers' | FBI Election Integrity Task Force to monitor Election Day

New Jersey: Dead voters remain on New Jersey voter rolls

New Mexico: Dona Ana sees big early voting numbers

New York: Election officials brace for voting monitors

North Carolina: Appeals Court denies more early voting time | Federal Appeals Court rejects early voting extension | Early voting set to start | See how BOE works to protect integrity of elections | Elections office swamped with absentee requests

North Dakota: Local election officials: Voter fraud 'pretty impossible' here

Ohio: Kasich: Fear of election rigging 'a big fat joke' | Judge restores voting rights to thousands of Ohioans | Voters may cast provisional ballots | Husted to host Twitter town hall

Oklahoma: Write-in votes not permitted | Oklahoma law says you can't just hang around the polls on Election Day

Pennsylvania: Governor calls vote fraud claims 'nonsense' | Pa. braces for polling place concerns

Rhode Island: Rhode Island to accept voters' tribal ID cards | State launches program to recruit poll workers

South Carolina: Elections officials focus on security issues | No write-ins in South Carolina | Absentee voting up in SC, setting early pace for record turnout | County implements safety measures to protect voting | Voter registration office prepares for busy time

South Dakota: Secretary of state spoke to Newell residents about voting

Tennessee: High turnout, and some problems on 1st day of early voting | First day of early voting like Election Day | Robertson voters wait in line to cast early ballots | Problems at the polls on first day of early voting | Williamson administrator of elections assures voters the system is safe | Early voting in Shelby Co. brings long lines, frustrations | Stewart Co. anxious for early voting | Long lines snake around Hamilton Co. polling places | New voting location helps North Nashville families cast their votes

Texas: Beating the rush: Early voting traffic heavy | Nueces Co. preparing for vote center transition | The cost of getting out the vote in Grimes Co. | In Hays Co., hundreds of mail-in ballots are bounced | Texas voter fraud concerns prompt hotline offering $5K reward for tips | Despite assurances from state, group doesn't have faith in elections | Harris Co. clerk says chances of election rigging are very slim | Poll: Texans remain confused about voter ID law | Some Hays Co. mail-in ballots mistakenly returned | What to expect from poll watchers

Virginia: Group files lawsuit against Va. election officials over site crash| After computer crash shuts out potential Va. voters, McAuliffe to seek registration deadline extension | Report: Virginia among 24 states with new voting laws | Postal service changes may increase ballot delivery time

Washington: Tracking ballot security in Spokane | Franklin Co. audit confident in process

Wisconsin: Brown Co. is ready for election night

Wyoming: Voters queried on citizenship