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Oct 15, 2010

National News: How mail-in ballots might confuse polls and Election Day results

Technology News: Neb. election firm reaches deal over trade secrets

Overseas News: Justice Department moves to counter overseas absentee ballot lag

U.S. Virgin Islands: Senators grill elections chief on paper ballot issue

Arizona: Secretary of state vs. lieutenant governor  |  Recorder not responsible for problems with form  |  Lawsuit over t-shirt may have broader ramifications

California: Election Day help is a click away  |  Riverside registrar says office will be ready for election  |  Added postage needed for mail-in ballots  |  Allegations of missing ballots untrue

Colorado: County clerk candidates tout experience, differ on details

Connecticut: Voter fraud complaint against Ann Coulter dismissed

Florida: Voting machines tested  |  56,000+ Duval voters may become ineligible

Georgia: Long ballot may mean long lines  |  Gwinnett special election set

Idaho: Vote by mail initiative dropped  |  GOP argues for closed primary

Illinois: Illinois candidate's name misspelled as "Whitey"  |  Many overseas soldiers get ballots late  |  Military ballots went two weeks late, St. Clair clerk says  |  Plaque to honor long-time election officials  |  Many counties missed military ballot deadline

Kansas: Advance voting ad causing controversy  |  Kansas has 7 counties late in mailing overseas ballots

Kentucky: Carroll County to use digital scan voting system in election

Massachusetts: Busy election ahead

Michigan: Clerk: Rest assured your vote will be counted

Minnesota: Group offers rewards for voter fraud convictions

Missouri: Polling place moves to new location

Nebraska: Gale urges public to report election fraud

Nevada: Foreclosure increase triggers voter concern

New Jersey: After two weeks, no jurors selected in AC vote fraud trial

New Mexico: Secretary of state seeks re-election  |  State senator runs for secretary of state

North Carolina: First day of one-stop voting a success  |  Early voting draws surprise crowd

Ohio: Lawsuit: Tea partier booted from polling place

Pennsylvania: Lancaster County may move polling places

South Carolina: Voter registration office scrambles to process 500 requests that came in one envelope

Tennessee: FBI hotline to handle election complaints

Utah: Early voting all the rage in Salt Lake County  |  Polling place bears the name of the candidate

Washington: Veteran auditor challenged for first time

West Virginia: Natalie Tennant: We were right about special election

Wisconsin: Clerk says summer special election would cost nearly $300K