National News: New York, Ohio likely to have multple elections

Colorado: Aspen city attorney says opinion to commission is confidential

Connecticut: The general overal picture is that the machines are working

Florida: Grant to aid military voters

Georgia: Ga. secretary of state: Voter ID law stops fraud | State: Former Twiggs sheriff, son illegaly handled ballots

Idaho: Cassia election slowed by hand count

Louisiana: St. Bernard Parish sheriff candidate challenges about 1,300 early ballots | State lawmakers weigh in on St. Bernard voting reports

Maryland: Ocean City again decides to retain separate elections

Michigan: Number of polling stations reduced, one location changed

Nebraska: Bilingual ballots not required | Board opposes voter ID proposal

New Mexico: Report: 19 noncitizens may have vote in New Mexico

New York: Troy could pay former clerk | District 14 absentee balltos to be opened Monday | Defense Dept. rejects NY request for primary waiver | DA investigating guns at Long Beach polling site | Class project gives students hands-on experience with election

North Carolina: Election canvas adds votes

Ohio: Mahoning County elections board asks for $3M from budget | Provisional ballots could make a difference in nail-biter council race

Oklahoma: Big changes with election lines

Tennessee: Election commission approves new election for mayor of Chattanooga | Now recalled, Littlefield's removal rests on legal interpretation of city charter

Texas: Feds hold up voter ID law, want more information | Time running out for voter photo ID law in March primaries | Polling place changes proposed for 2012 elections

Washington: A voter generation gap

West Virginia: Supreme court hears arguments challenging redistricting

Wisconsin: Elections panel estimates $650K state cost for recall efforts | Walker signs primary bill | As recalls heat up, some have concerns over cost