National News: California, Texas serve as testing grounds for open-source voting technology

Alabama: Bessemer candidate to file petition to challenge Aug. 26 results | Group pushes for more veteran voters in fall election

Arizona: New poll technology proves to be success | Supervisors back plan for new election equipment | Election woes: 'Learning curve involved' | Primary election vote count winds down

Arkansas: Lonoke Co. GOP relents, a tiny bit, on early voting | Oral arguments set in Arkansas voter ID lawsuit

California: San Diego special elections could become vote-by-mail only | Overseas ballots begin going out this week

Florida: Unbowed, Weeks signals more brawling ahead

Georgia: Election office warns of voter registration fraud

Guam: More bad ballots found

Illinois: Registration, voting aids available to the elderly, handicapped

Indiana: Steuben commissioners still want to explore vote centers | Dems win precinct preservation lawsuit

Kansas: LWV help reach stalled voters | 'iPad, iRegister' voter program earns national award

Louisiana: Caddo Parish needs certified election poll workers

Massachusetts: Very low turnout predicted for next week's primary | Lowell to have new polling places in time for primary

Minnesota: Frey plans to expand access to polling places

Mississippi: True the Vote lawsuit seeking birth dates thrown out

New Hampshire: Candidate jokes about voter fraud

North Carolina: City, elections board working on plan for South Fork

Ohio: GOP lawmakers want voter ID bill moved along | Bainbridge Rep. and House GOP push voter photo ID bill | BOE preparing for November election

Texas: DOJ: Texas voter ID discriminates | Abbott defends raid on Houston voter registration group | A guide to the trial over Texas' voter ID law | SOS encourages college-aged students to vote | GOP of Texas threatens to sue Cherokee Co.

Virginia: Local League of Women voters to hold forum on new voter ID

Washington: Yakima seeks details in ACLU ruling

Wisconsin: Printer problems lead to more recount drama