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Nov 24, 2010

Alabama: Recount set in Jefferson County

Alaska: Miller files vote-count lawsuit in state court  |  Miller's latest lawsuit pits voter intent vs. correct spelling

California: Federal voting rights cited in appointment lawsuit  |  Ballots mislaid in Indian Wells  |  O.C. election results final, but recounts still possible

Colorado: Eagle County voting runs a hard road before it's official

Connecticut: City agrees to unseal ballots for recount by Post, citizens group  |  Ballot mess raises reform questions  |  Bridgeport not among polling places being audited

Florida: Former Osceola County candidate sues over election loss  |  Two McIntosh County women charged with election violations

Illinois: Edgar County clerk Betty Kraemer set to retire

Indiana: Recount underway in St. Joseph County

Louisiana: Dardenne sworn-in

Minnesota: Report: Photo ID would not prevent voter fraud  |  Justices toss GOP lawsuit  |  State's High Court tosses GOP lawsuit  |  Charter Commission votes to adopt ranked-choice voting  |  No need for photo ID survey says

New Jersey: Recount set for Nov. 30 to Dec. 2  |  State probing election results in Patterson

New York: O'Connor to challenge votes in S. Amboy race  |  With 99 percent of votes counted, Biship reportedly holds 206-vote lead  |  Affidavits provide details of absentee ballot investigation

North Carolina: Cumberland elections board nixes call for new election  |  Elections board denies Warner's request for new election

North Dakota: Jaeger: Early voting hasn't boosted turnout

Ohio: Judicial candidate questions uncounted votes

South Carolina: Special election to come sooner than expected

Tennessee: Voting machines outnumber voters  |  Putnam County state Senate candidate contesting election  |  Election commission chair resigns

Texas: 69 votes missed in Cameron County judge's race final recount

Virginia: Voter fraud charge withdrawn against sheriff's deputy

West Virginia: State Supreme Court will take time with special election  |  W.Va. won't make quick decision on special election  |  Davis won't hear case on gubernatorial election  |  Only one city applies for vote-by-mail program