National News: Voting-roll vulnerability | Voter fraud commission violated federal rules, lawsuit claims | 60 cents to mail a letter? Maybe | WH panel to focus on voter confidence at NH meeting | Members of WH panel used personal email accounts

Arkansas: Voters contend with ID law, relocated polling site

Florida: Hurricane causes Fort Myers, Cape Coral to suspend early voting | Early voting suspended; city elections to be postponed

Idaho: Idaho hands over public voter data to WH panel

Illinois: Illinois to without voter data from WH panel, for now | Ammons opposes consolidation of polling places

Iowa: Secretary of state says some voters need to bring some proof to the polls next week

Kansas: In response to DOJ, Kobach cites voter database as key Kansas resource

Maine: Scarborough officials order audit after election errors

Massachusetts: Melrose approves new voting machines for upcoming city election

Michigan: House votes to fix empty ballots after clerk errors

Mississippi: Hosemann announces 'Y'all Vote' feature to allow voter registration status online

Nevada: New voting equipment for Carson City

New Hampshire: Lawyers argue over new state voting registration law

New York: New York sued over voter roll purges

North Carolina: State responds to election integrity commission request | NC information sent to voter fraud commission | Could Irma blow back Charlotte's primary elections? | Justice's order lets shorthanded county boards proceed with election plans

Ohio: Elections board makes adjustments | E-poll books coming soon for Lucas Co. | Cleveland mayoral candidate asks state to investigate security breach at Cuyahoga elections offices

Oregon: Could hackers change voter registrations?

Pennsylvania: Challenges persist in funding election system upgrades

South Carolina: Hurricane or not, City of Orangeburg election will be held

Tennessee: Tennessee launches online voter registration

Virginia: Supervisors approve location change for two polling places

Washington: Online voter registration can be hacked, study warns