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July 29, 2016

National News: Dem convention gets people Googling 'voter registration' | Could Russian hackers spoil Election Day? | Cutbacks to poll monitor program raise voter intimidation fears | Rock The Vote: Motivating young voters through art and music since 1990

Alabama: Owens poll location may change| Merrill initiates program to increase voter registration

California: Concerns raised about how city handled primary election

Florida: Tommy Doyle: Lee Co. supervisor of elections candidate | Carmen Salome: Lee Co. supervisor of elections candidate | Elections supervisor race gets testy | Some Broward Co. voters sent incorrect voter ID cards | Florida now at 2.2M vote-by-mail requests | Florida election officials preparing for primary

Indiana: Judge keeps sex offender's voting suit alive

Iowa: Muppets help Johnson Co. Fair mock election break record

Kansas: Judge to consider blocking two-tier voting system

Massachusetts: Springfield teachers encourage voter registration | South Short town clerks get ready for early voting

Minnesota: Road work to impact polling place

Missouri: St. Louis Co. hopes to avoid repeat of April election problems

New Mexico: AG's office extending Espaola voter fraud probe

North Carolina: County BOE fails to approve an early voting schedule; state will decide

Ohio: Ohio argues its right to purge voting rolls

Oklahoma: Election laws under review

Texas: He lost after a law changed; can he win now that's it's changing again?

Virginia: Governor to start signing and restoring felons' individual voting rights

Washington: Elections still nailing down Capitol Hill drop box site | New ballot drop box unveiled at Auburn Library | Yakima ballot numbers low ahead of primaries

West Virginia: Harrison Co. reduce early voting sites | County OKs more voting machines

Wisconsin: Voter ID has clerks wondering | Sworn affidavits could make it easier for some to vote | Flooding destroys nearly 200 voting machines in Madison