National News: Voting technology needs an upgrade, but who will pay for it? | Dept. of Homeland Security steps in to secure voting systems | Election-cheating lawsuits filed in seven states around the nation | Early voting: Controversy vs. convenience | GOP must produce info on poll watch effort | Google searches for early voting hit all time high | How officials secure the ballot: With multiple people, multiple checks

Alabama: Cullman Co. introduces e-poll books during upcoming election

Arizona: Half of early ballots returned | Court won't block ballot-collection law | Phoenix mayor to run for secretary of state | Yuma Co. prepares for Election Day

Arkansas: Early voting brisk, county clerk says | ACLU: More than 7K eligible Arkansans 'stripped of their right to vote' | At the polls, what's OK? Selfies? Dogs? Helpers? | Judge: Count ex-Faulkner County clerk's votes | Error puts extra JP race on ballot in one precinct

California: Riverside Co. just set a voter registration record | Six Davis polling places will have early ballot pickup | Padilla makes statement on ballot selfies | A record 3M Californians have already voted | Civil liberties group sues over ballot selfies | Shasta Co. voter registrar addresses concerns of election fraud | Secretary of state launches voter info app ahead of election | SF steps up effort to combat voter fraud | As Election Day approaches, ballot process draws attention | Are San Diego's polling places safe?

Colorado: Early voting numbers top 1M; one-third of registered voters have cast ballot | Postal Service urges voters to mail ballots | Clerk: Many safeguards in place to prevent rigged election

Connecticut: The truth about write-ins: They are rarely counted | Merrill prepares for election, tests voting equipment | 'Insanity' as people rush to register

District of Columbia: Council unanimously passes automatic voter registration

Florida: Florida voters have absentee ballots forged, sent in | Some voters still awaiting mail-in ballots | More than 4M Floridians have already voted | More unable to vote citing DMV issues | Felonies bar 1.7M Floridians from voting | Voters get second chance on mismatched signatures | Flagler students learn what voting is all about | Wakulla voter in trouble for using phone in booth | 1,534 absentee votes in PBC rejected by tabulator

Georgia: Comcast outage slows early voter verification in Wilmington | New Cobb polling sites prompt record day of early voting, long waits | Gwinnett smashes early voting record turnout

Illinois: Alleged voting irregularities in Illinois | DuPage gears up for election | Claim of vote irregularity prompts test of 2 voting machines | Coles Co. tests voting equipment | Chicago area early voting could set record | Cancer can't sideline Geneseo election judge

Indiana: Officials: Expect delays in Indy, Hamilton Co. on Election Day | Exploring future ways voting could be tweaked | Thousands voting early in Vigo Co.| Certain clothing worn at voting centers could be considered illegal

Iowa: County auditor assures against fraud | Oldest and longest serving precinct officials recognized

Kansas: New voting equipment costs taxpayers thousands

Louisiana: New voting locations for EBR | Record number of votes cast in Orleans Parish | Early voting numbers could break record in flood-hit Baton Rouge area

Maine: Absentee voting in Maine could set record

Maryland: St. Mary's officials confident in voting system | Anne Arundel sets early voting record with two days left

Massachusetts: Evan Falchuck not ruling out run against Galvin | Early voting showing strong results on South Shore | North Andover sees 'mind-boggling' high early voter turnout

Michigan: Clerks: No room for fraud in election under state laws | State GOP chair asked to explain party's Election Day anti-voter fraud plan | Livonia clerk: Post office changing ballot processing

Minnesota: Judge says MN rules allow for ineligible voters | Mpls. officials say voting machines good to go on Election Day | Area starts using polling machines for record-setting absentee voting | Secretary of state target of anti-Semitic online post

Mississippi: Hosemann: Elections are not rigged | Calhoun Co. moves voting precinct

Missouri: Voting rights called 'at risk' for more than 200K Missourians | Clerks office braces for Nov. 8| Secretary of state launches new website for voters ahead of election | Missouri's next secretary of state will be a first-time office holder | Election officials say they are ready for Tuesday | Long ballot could mean long lines to vote | St. Louis Co. voters getting new type of mailings with polling place information

Nebraska: Voter registration hits new high | 60 election observers will be at Nebraska polling places

New Hampshire: Candidate accuses Democrats of orchestrating voter fraud | Election workers prepare for Election Day

New Jersey: A 77-year streak of service at the polls | Vote-by-mail concerns addressed by county clerk

New Mexico: Espinoza makes final voter ID pitch to Ruidoso supporters | Candidate Q&A: Secretary of state | New Mexico counties fully staffed with poll workers

New York: Lawyer still fighting Brooklyn DA's 'malicious' voter fraud case | Onondaga Co. upgrades voting results technology | Judge to rule by week's end on ballot selfie law | Superintendent: School polling places safe

North Carolina: 102-year-old immigrant casts her vote | How long will you have to wait to vote on Election Day | Strange election fuels rancor, angst at polls

North Dakota: Secretary of state assures voters rigged voting accusations are false

Ohio: In Ohio, a spelling error could cost you your vote | Squirrel responsible for power outage in Miami Co. elections board | Election authorities, postal workers plan to expedite delayed absentee ballots | One voting lawsuit rejected, another filed | Ohio taps National Guard to defend election system from hackers | Local, federal law enforcement monitoring social media for signs of possible Election Day disruptions | Mailing problem delayed hundreds of Wood Co. absentee ballots

Oklahoma: Registration numbers surge past 2004, 2012

Oregon: User friendly election night website launched | Low blows cited in state's hottest race | Secretary of state visits

Pennsylvania: Montgomery Co. expands office hours to receive absentee ballot applications | 12 things voters should know before going to the polls on Election Day | Philly transit workers downplay fears strike could affect election | Switch of couple's voter registration investigated | Monroe Co. voting machines make write-ins as simple as click and scribble | Dauphine Co. preps for possible Election Day strife

Rhode Island: RI's voter 'bloat' highest in New England

South Carolina: More than 150 on-campus students registered to vote

South Dakota: Voter registration at all-time high | Early voting remains popular

Tennessee: Voting official admits 'numerous occasions' of machine malfunctions | Tech leaders worry about effect hackers could have on Election Day

Texas: Texas lawmakers mulling addition of paper backups to voting machines | Ahead of Election Day, secretary of state says he's monitoring voter ID issues | Texas county accused of misleading voters | Fort Bend Co. woman says poll worker screwed up her vote | Millions of Texans take advantage of early voting | Harris Co. early voters greeted with incomplete ID instructions | Coalition urging high court to uphold state's voter ID law | Polling error leaves voter's ballot incomplete | Dallas Co. election judge removed after racist post | WilCo works to bring voting to you

Utah: Utah voter cited after refusing to remove campaign-related hat | Postal Service reminding voters to mail their ballots | Registration up, participation down | Salt Lake Co. clerk worried about lack of submitted mail-in ballots

Vermont: Secretary of state says he's confident in steps taken to avoid voter fraud in VT

Virginia: ACLU offers to help voters with problems at the polls | Group files suit claiming Chesterfield is concealing non-citizen voting records | Arlington elections chief hoping for smooth sailing in last week | Voter registration offices busier than usual ahead of Election Day | Registrars fight off baseless rumors ahead of Election Day | Registrar personally delivers absentee to ballot to injured man

Washington: Once a liberal darling, Bev Harris still thinks the elections are rigged | 1M have already voted | King Co. election officials confident vote is secure

West Virginia: Raleigh Co. officials check voting machines | Tennant: Early voting may set record | Poll worker committee to community with 50 years of service

Wisconsin: Northwood clerk tests voting machines | State lawmaker says voter impersonation still a problem despite no reported incidents | Half of county will vote early | Elections commission weighs-in on voter fraud | Experts say bar owner offering incentive to vote could be illegal | Officials: Election fraud in Wauwatosa not a problem

Wyoming: Early voting, registration up ahead of Election Day