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Wednesday, 03 September 2014

September 3, 2013

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

Tuesday, 02 September 2014

August 30-September 2, 2014

National News: Court to weigh use of race in drawing political lines | Will you be stuck in the truck on Election Day? You can still vote

Alabama: 5 things to know about Alabama's November election

Alaska: Dillingham first precinct in state to report on election night

Arizona: Hopefuls in 4 races are playing waiting game | Maricopa Co. election officials working to finalize primary results | Peoria checks options for council vote

Arkansas: Benton Co. election commission budge cut | Groups ask state high court to strike voter ID law | Washington Co. early voting debate likely ends Tuesday

California: GOP SOS candidate running for 'dream job' | GOP SOS candidate Peterson says 'R' is for resume | Automatic recount bill stalls in Senate | Napa Co. services available after earthquake |

Colorado: Urging students to register to vote | Senators wary of postal delays

Florida: Brevard man votes solo in his district | Candidates, election officials begin sprint to the finish line | Voting rights groups want state Supreme Court to hear redistricting case | Lake primary turnout reaches 16-year low | Early voting sites could shrink after November election| Even as mail-in voting grows, overall primary turnout low

Georgia: County approves new ballot on-demand system

Guam: Voter concerns minimal, tabulators test perfectly | Election commission will meet Monday for recap | Elections officials estimate 30-40 percent turnout | Primary sees fewer voters | Precinct officials begin counting ballots | Guam election board scrutinizes ballot printing process, other poll issues | Some issues linger from primary election

Hawaii: Maui primary election lawsuit among 3 dismissed

Illinois: Online registration already used by thousands in Illinois | Equality Illinois creates cheekiest voter registration ad ever | Central Illinois polling places need election judges | Clerk complies with federal acts for early, absentee voting

Indiana: Voter list project finds number of voters using mailbox stores as residence

Kansas: Voter advocacy groups trying to contact people whose voter registrations aren't complete

Kentucky: Jenkins retiring as Hawkins clerk

Maryland: Ask the Historical Society: Voting machines | Neverdon to judge: City elections workers 'messed up' in rejecting signatures | Md. looks to rebound from low primary turnout | Defendant wants jury trial in Elk Neck polling place biting case

Massachusetts: Unenrolled voters make up the majority in Mass.

Michigan: State official has reputation for doing it the right way

Mississippi: Will McDaniel give up? | Judge dismisses election challenge | McDaniel suit thrown out

Missouri: Early voting challenge headed to appeals court | Clerk gets ready for recount

Montana: 5 things to know about Montana's midterm elections

New Mexico: New voting machines set for November election | Expect new voting machines for November election

New Jersey: Mulligan appointed to Summit Co. BOE

New York: Niagara BOE sets extra hours for absentee voters | New independent enforcement unit for NYS BOE begins Tuesday

North Carolina: NC elections board wants answer to county early voting dispute | Knotts named Brunswick Co. elections director | Negotiations continue over use of South Fork | Early voting appeal denied at App State

Ohio: Summit BOE probing workers' Internet use | More than six million absentee ballot applications en route

Oregon: Will low turnout plague November election?

Pennsylvania: Residents criticizes use of churches as polling places

South Carolina: 5 things to know for SC's November election

Texas: Trial over Texas voter ID begins this week | Texas voter ID law goes to trial | Austin bands perform to encourage voter registration | Was 2010 raid a voter suppression effort? | Abbott's Houston raid didn't end with arrests, but shut down voter drive | 2 sides cite discrimination as battle on Texas voting law heads to court | Election official takes back early voting site

U.S. Virgin Islands: St. Thomas elections board hires sergeant-at-arms

Vermont: Final election numbers likely to change

Wisconsin: Recount delivers primary to Bomhack

Friday, 29 August 2014

August 29, 2014

Alabama: City manager responds to Auburn election controversy

Arizona: Software glitch confounds election | Supervisor stands by election staff | Ballot counting continues for county| County gets election tallies on state site after glitch | 162K uncounted primary votes statewide

California: Elections-by-mail bill passes

Delaware: Flowers officially withdraws from primary

District of Columbia: Edward W. Norton, chairman of old DCBOEE, dies

Florida: After primary, elections supervisors move on to November | Navy veteran's absentee ballot won't count | County hopes to fix election glitches before November | Recounts underway in two Orange Co. races | More people voted early or absentee than on election day| Low young voter turnout could change for November

Guam: Primary election tomorrow

Hawaii: Voter fraud alleged: Police look into complaint against council candidate | Two Puna election challenges dismissed in court

Idaho: Ada Co. mistakenly revokes 765 voter registrations

Iowa: Voting will return to city hall

Kansas: Confusion over voter ID law in Kansas continues

Louisiana: Voter registration reintroduced on campus | Election official urges stronger voter turnout

Maine: Cutler calls for ranked choice voting, open primaries in gubernatorial elections

Maryland: Officials in Md., Va. investigate report that 164 voted in both states

Michigan: Local judge recall is back on

Minnesota: Students urged to 'decide where you reside' during college move-in weeks

Mississippi: Lauderdale among 46 counties subpoenaed in McDaniel lawsuit | Judge mulls request to toss out election challenge

Missouri: Protest turns to voter registration | Appeals court gets early voting challenge

New Mexico: New voting machines set for November

North Carolina: State weighs in on voting conflict at South Fork | Polk BOE director resigns

North Dakota: Canvassing board reviews Foster Co. results

Ohio: Husted stumps in Monroe | Rules still uncertain for early voting in Ohio

Pennsylvania: East Pennsboro precinct changes approved by commissioners

South Dakota: Judge rules against Libertarian in ballot spat

Texas: Controversy surrounds Cherokee Co. election judges

Utah: Lt. Gov. kicks off The 2014 Road to Registration Tour

Virginia: Fairfax officials say some people may have crossed Va.-Md. line to vote twice in 2012

Washington: Inslee urges Yakima not to appeal ruling | Yakima may appeal voting rights ruling

Wisconsin: Green Co. ends recount without missing ballots

Thursday, 28 August 2014

August 28, 2014

National News: Ballot initiatives become pricey playgrounds of parties and corporations

Alabama: Bessemer voters experience issues during election

Arizona: Cochise Co. election results removed, will be revised | Vote totals for state and federal offices affecting La Paz Co. | 1700 uncounted ballots could change election outcome | Glitches with new machines in Bisbee fixed | Graham counts Cochise ballots | Flawed Cochise Co. returns need recounting, Yavapai delayed | Software 'glitch' confounds election | Southern Arizona elections dept. having problems | New results impact margins in Bisbee, Sierra Vista races

Colorado: El Paso Co. to spend $50K on election advertising

Connecticut: Three Middletown voting districts to be audited | West Rocks middle schools sleected by SOS for recount of August primary

Florida: Supervisor of elections addresses Chamber | Recount in two Jacksonville races to start Friday at 10a.m. | Ballot counting nearly complete in PBC | SOE turns to social media to get results out after website issues | Website caused election result delays, Shirley Anderson says | Brevard's voter turnout falls short | Slow vote count in Hernando | Election day repairs at polling place surprise elections officials | Early voting trend to have large influence on future campaigns | Why a North Miami voting precinct draws many volunteers and fights

Iowa: Rock the Vote visits Cedar Falls High School | 'Votemobile' to bring democracy, prep football together

Kansas: Schodorf pledges to clean up voter registration | Board OKs 92-year-old's voter registration | Kobach reappoints election commissioner of state's most populous county | Kobach: Logan Co. tops in voting, Labette Co. trails field

Kentucky: Magistrate Roe facing election charge

Michigan: Express SOS voter registration drive visits NMU

Mississippi: McDaniel demands election records from counties | McDaniel challenge: 46 subpoenas and unhappy clerks

Nebraska: Election commish seeking a few good poll workers

New Jersey: Middlesex Co. warns residents to avoid websites that charge voters to register

North Carolina: Swain polling place moves to Cherokee

Ohio: Summit Co. elections board deadlocks on use of non-partisan poll workers | Husted awards more than $36K for polling place improvements | More schools not open to public on voting days

Pennsylvania: Elections director: 'Toss' voter ID law info

South Dakota: Libertarians seek to stop ballot printing

Tennessee: Complaint filed asking for new election in county

Texas: More access requested for voter IDs

Utah: Millard Co. election fight still boiling over in two courts

Vermont: Election results worked, not flawlessly | Burlington violates Vermont election law

Virginia: Fairfax residents have chance to test-drive new voting equipment | Election officials: Minimal challenges after voter ID rules

Wisconsin: State covers touch-screen voting machine costs | 110 city of Monroe votes will not be counted in close Senate race

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

August 27, 2014

Alabama: Polling concerns on election day in Bessemer

Arizona: SoS Race: 2 AZ lawmakers v. political newcomer | Why some Arizonans' can vote in federal but not state or local elections | Early ballots can be returned at polling places | Quiet start to election day | Michele Reagan wins SOS nomination | Yuma Co. residents vote in primary election | Tombstone primary election is close | Flooding in Douglas near polling location

California: Meeting the challenge: Sacramento Co.'s SacVote mobile application

Delaware: Flowers remains on primary ballot

Florida: Election day is 'fairly quiet' Carpenter says | Poll workers had to verify voters' ID over phone during power outage | Early voting setting records in Hillsborough | Church ends polling place service after complaints | Slow but steady trickle of voters offers hope for a strong primary election turnout | Mini i-Pads slow some voters at the polls | Hiccups with new iPad technology at PBC polls | Polls running smoothly in Broward | Power restored; voting not impacted | A record 25K vote-by-mail in Sarasota Co. | Bucher: PBC voter check-in glitch resolved | Lee Co. sees surge in absentee ballots | Cool solution to voting problem in Manatee | Votes cast before election day up 23 percent | Dozens pass on the polls to camp out for IKEA's grand opening | Website takes a while to post results | Emogene Stegall: 42 years as Lake Co. elections supervisor | Plenty of elbow room for voters at the polls | Women voters commemorate anniversary of 19th amendment | Two races too close to call; recount Thursday | Voting going smoothly in Manatee despite changes | Detzner: Pre-primary voting may have topped election day numbers for first time | Volusia, Flagler report few problems, low turnout in primary

Georgia: Cobb to sell old elections building

Guam: GEC discussing final election details | In-office ballots processed first

Illinois: Election judges preparing for November

Indiana: The revenge of ex-SOS Charlie White? | Hebron clerk vows to renew fight for early voting site

Iowa: Defense challenges statute in voter fraud case

Kansas: 1 federally registered voter voted in dual system | Poll shows Kobach tied with Schodorf in race for SOS | Commissioner notes election costs | Kobach responds to poll | Schodorf responds to poll | $6.50 per pop for Reno ballots

Maryland: Lawyers wrap up testimony on online ballot-marking tool

Michigan: SOS going on college tour for voter registration | Campus organizations working to help students register to vote

Mississippi: Hosemann: Cochran on ballot unless court says otherwise

Missouri: SOS order recount on right-to-farm amendment

New Mexico: County takes responsibility for election flub | Lawsuit alleging long lines in Sandoval Co. will move forward | Voter initiative would require photo ID to vote

New York: Niagara Co. sets extra absentee voting hours

North Carolina: Holly Jolly Craft show likely canceled because of elections board decision | Attorneys for state NAACP file appeal of federal judge ruling on NC voting law

Ohio: 2nd justice declines to hear complaint

Oklahoma: Election official says no major problems reported during primary runoff | Data shows overall decline of Tulsans registered to vote

Rhode Island: PolitiFact RI rules Carlevale claim on provisional ballots half true

Tennessee: Tracy will not contest 38-vote loss | $500K voting machine bill? | Election commission launches smartphone app for local voters

U.S. Virgin Islands: St. Thomas elections board finally officially certifies primary results

Vermont: Even with live reporting, some may be guessing on primary night | Primary voting off to slow start | Motivated voters keep quiet pace at polls

Virginia: Fairfax investigates possible voter fraud | Lynchburg announces change for polling place | Fairfax election officials turn over names of questioned voters | Voter registrars prepare for photo ID requirement | Election officials seek relief from more rules and less money | AG investigating alleged voter fraud  

Wisconsin: Election officials say primary turnout was 12.7 percent | More than 100 ballots missing in primary recount | Green Co.'s official recount will not include missing ballots

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

August 26, 2014

National News: Appeals court considers Kansas, Arizona voter ID rules | Court hears arguments on voters having to prove citizenship

Arizona: Election Day: A few changes for Pima Co. voters | SOS website offers where to vote help | Tablets debut in county elections | Peoria ballot blunder means delayed results | Hundreds of thousands of Maricopa Co. residents vote early in primary | 11 BHC polling places to be used Tuesday

California: Bill allows counting of late vote-by-mail ballots

Colorado: Castle Rock special election draws another lawsuit

Florida: Election day tips | Primary election day is Tuesday | Palm Coast manager given wrong ballot in early voting | A look inside new elections center | Elections officials report tepid early voter turnout | SOE ready for primary day; explains changes | Precinct changes ahead of primary | Stephens, staff ready for primaries | The cost of early voting | Record early voting sets stage for primary | Ballots by email | Early voting worth $22.85-per-ballot | New Florida law brings shorter lines, but same amount of early voters | Signatures scrutinized on absentee ballots

Hawaii: State asks Supreme Court to dismiss election challenge

Idaho: Idaho women outvote men by the thousands

Illinois: Christie questions voter registration while stumping for Rauner

Indiana: Two vote centers to be moved | Election board fails to approve South County early voting site

Iowa: Linn Co. executive wants more military, expatriates voting

Kansas: Federal appeals court questions Kansas' proof-of-citizenship rules

Missouri: Recount requested

New Mexico: Albuquerque questions may not fit onto ballot

North Carolina: Elections workers on notice about social media posts

Ohio: Lake Co. BOE to participate in test program for military and overseas voters | Miami elections office staffing debated

Rhode Island: SOS's office creates voter information app | Mail ballots seen on rise for Sept. primary

Tennessee: Election panel certifies primary | Election results certified, costs reviewed

Texas: SOS urges college students to vote

Utah: State takes 'highly flawed election' dispute to state Supreme Court

Vermont: A VT first: Live vote tally from secretary of state | Primary expected to see light turnout, late night | Condos warns write-in campaign results won't be available primary night

Washington: City council to discuss litigation in wake of court ruling

Wisconsin: DOT prepared for free voter ID | Shorewood man charged with illegal voting enters insanity plea

Monday, 25 August 2014

August 23-25, 2014

National News: Voter citizenship issue goes before federal judge | On the fall docket: Who gets to vote and who gets to decide | Two-tiered voting at heart of constitutional showdown | Federal appeals court to hear Kansas, Arizona voting rights case

Arizona: Federal judge halts primary over Peoria ballot problems | Coconino Co. absentee ballots being held | U.S. Court to hear case on voting restrictions as Arizona prepares for polls | Election officials caution hopefuls | Dual track election means only one race on ballot for some | Replacement poll workers fill last minute vacancies

Arkansas: Commission finalizes election plans | Sebastian Co. election commission corrects polling center votes

Florida: Commission considers last-minute election change | Bay Co. preparing for primary election | Poll workers receive final instructions | Lawmaker pitching online voter registration | Judge approves new House map | Judge approves new maps, allows elections to go forward | Early voting numbers down from 2012, 2010 primaries | Polling location changes in Escambia Co. | More than 100K ballots cast in Pinellas | Can a misspelling on a sample ballot affect an election? | Police investigating report of disturbance between candidates | Behind the scenes work almost done for Manatee election | Fire destroys Pinellas voting location | Fewer than 2K take part in early voting | Hillsborough precinct clerks prepare for election | Thousands of Marion voters get early jump on voting | Church ends polling place service amid complaints | Behind the scenes, poll workers prepare for primary day | PBC elections supervisor says early voting worth expense | 'Souls to the polls' returns to Miami-Dade

Georgia: Camden volunteers try to get people registered and to the polls | Democrats adopt 2016 presidential primary calendar

Guam: GEC meets to discuss election operations

Hawaii: Elections commission launches investigation into primary election problems | Elections officer explains troubled Hawaii primary | Elections chief defends primary decisions | Three subcommittees will examine primary decisions

Idaho: Boise polling locations raise questions

Indiana: Committee issues draft of county vote center plan | Despite plea, Hebron won't get early voting site for November

Iowa: Supposed partisan intentions driving SOS race

Kansas: Kobach employs election specialist | Appeals court to hear arguments over Kansas voter-ID law | Dem SOS candidate challenges Kobach to release his tax forms

Kentucky: Bills would allow voters to decide if felons can regain voting rights

Michigan: Election certification starts clock for recount request

Mississippi: Trail over GOP Senate race moved to Sept. 16

New Mexico: RR voting lawsuit gets green light | Judge denies state rep.'s voter fraud petition | County invites public to test new voting machines | Space crunch hits Bernalillo Co. ballots

New York: What price democracy? In Rockland about $1M

North Carolina: Despite DOJ challenges, most still favor voter ID laws | State BOE upholds county plan | New elections director starts today

Ohio: Ohio to mail voters absentee ballot applications | Election board directors announce retirement | Ohio GOP target Nina Turner as too partisan to be SOS

South Carolina: Chapin election date in dispute

South Dakota: Candidates see solutions in alternatives

Texas: District 28 counties cutting polling locations, cutting costs for snap election | Houston will be part of national voter registration drive | Texas SOS on 'Vote Texas 2014' campaign | Commissioners Court restricts early voting

Vermont: Write-in votes will take time to tally

Virginia: 15K voter registrations challenged in Fairfax

Washington: Federal judge: Change Yakima elections system | Snohomish Co. has worst voter turnout in state

Wisconsin: Walker, Van Hollen again ask court to reinstate voter ID

Wyoming: Lessons for voters: Fill in ovals, don't bleed on ballots

Friday, 22 August 2014

August 22, 2014

Arizona: Errors on ballots in county, Dems say | Provisional ballots could hold up results

Arkansas: Sebastian Co. election panel to reconsider poll consolidation

California: Orange Co. cleans up its voter rolls | How to make sure your vote-by-mail ballot is counted

Delaware: Removing name from ballots a time-consuming task

Florida: New Hernando elections chief's message: 'Get out to vote' | Hundreds of primary absentee ballots are not signed | Manatee Co. voters turning to absentee ballots over early voting locations

Hawaii: ACLU files legal challenge to primary | Big Island make-up election challenged in court

Illinois: Could online voter registration affect election outcome?

Indiana: St. Joseph Co. vote centers headed for approval

Minnesota: Final Minnesota voter statistics confirm 10.37 percent turnout rate

New York: Cuomo OKs bill to keep lever machines

North Carolina: Voters should be prepared for changes in this year's elections| Elections board denies appeal to have early voting site on App State's campus in Boone | NC NAACP appeals voter law | State to hear elections appeal | Changes made to precinct locations

Ohio: Clark Co. election officials ask schools to close for polling sites | Ohio registered voters to receive applications to vote-by-mail

Oklahoma: Voters will face four kinds of elections | "Bad voter' website might shame some Oklahomans into going to the polls

Tennessee: Time to replace Shelby Co. voting machines | Sumner Co. enforces statute on candidates entering polling places

Texas: Election lawsuit ends after report finds 'no evidence' of vote tampering

Virginia: Some special election voters found themselves on wrong side of district line

Washington: Whimsical write-in votes no laughing matter for election officials

Wisconsin: Appeals court puts off request to reinstate voter ID law | Does open meetings law apply to poll activities?

Wyoming: Touch-screen voting machines slowed Laramie Co. election results | Secretary of state race highlights counties' differing election equipment | No recounts in primary

Thursday, 21 August 2014

August 21, 2014

Alaska: 2014 'unofficial" results, 15K outstanding ballots still to be counted | Election turnout underwhelms despite blockbuster spending

Arizona: Pima Co. to do away with precinct scanners | Appeals court ruling means Flagstaff election is back on track for 2016 | Spanish voter instruction sheets contain error

California: State high court declines to hear Palmdale voting rights appeal | Late arrival, missing signatures voided many mail ballots

Colorado: Montezuma voters file motion to dismiss election lawsuit

District of Columbia: D.C. misspells Libertarian on voter registration forms

Florida: Judge says he will rule on districts 'as quickly as I can' | Jerry Holland has busy final year as supervisor of elections | Elections office staying out of school board, commission dispute

Hawaii: Nago under fire

Indiana: Secretary of state candidate offers views on issues

Maryland: Rockville mayor urges consideration of open primaries

Minnesota: Simon wants to continue improving Minnesota elections | Early voting offices come to three reservations | Voter turnout higher than in 2012

Mississippi: Judge in Senate race lawsuit expects to finish case before November election | September trial likely for McDaniel challenge

Nevada: Nev. Treasurer Marshall opposes voter ID

New York: BOE won't gamble on printing primary ballots before court cases are decided| Indicted city councilman introduces prisoner voting-rights bill | Manhattan council members make BOE pick in closed-door, split vote

North Carolina: McNeill: Voter ID rule impacting Red Springs | City manager outlines South Fork voting concerns

Ohio: Stainbrook contests ousting

Tennessee: Overall election operation deemed successful by commission

U.S. Virgin Islands: St. Thomas elections board certifies primary results after board member calls in from vacation

Virginia: Suffolk helps voters get valid IDs before November elections | Mobile voter outreach first in Hampton Roads | Virginia Voters Alliance challenges dual voter registrations

Wyoming: 46 percent voter turnout comparable to past primary elections

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

August 20, 2014

Alabama: Alabaster paying about $5,300 for Saddle Lake election

Alaska: Interior Alaska polling places report steady voter turnout | Fast action at polling places | Election workers help make your vote count | Fairbanks elections workers arrive to find vandalism | Illegal signs, splitting the vote and cashing in on election traffic

Arizona: County elections director reassigned | Why it takes days to get election results

California: Report finds vote-by-mail improvements needed to reduce balloting errors

Colorado: Castle Rock ballots still being counted | Attorney asks for dismissal in Montezuma vs. voters lawsuit

Florida: Supervisor of elections shows new machines | Supervisor of elections to co-chair UW campaign | Early voting sites open for Pinellas voters | Early voting down, absentee up

Georgia: Curry named director of elections

Hawaii: Chief elections officer hit by calls for ouster | Memory card with results not fed into system | Hanabusa says she will not challenge election results | State Sen. questions Big Island election

Indiana: Delaware Co. cuts polling places from 70 to 50

Missouri: Voter registration in Ferguson called 'disgusting'

New Mexico: Hobbs commissioners OK special election on voter ID | 186K voters urged to watch for postcard | Jam-packed election ballot may pose problem

New York: Lawmaker pushes NYC BOE to get digital

North Carolina: Activists in other states will spread NC protests | Students appeal to 4th Circuit for stay of voter law

Ohio: State grant helps with poll worker training | CCBE honors bilingual poll workers | Commissioners appropriate $48K to BOE

Oregon: Jeff Doty takes over Benton Co. elections office

South Carolina: Lee Co. election board faces questions

Tennessee: Write-in quagmire: Carter Co. election results certified | No election coordinator for Johnson Co.| Tracy to make decision by end of week on vote challenge

Texas: New voting machines requested | Gregg Co. moves polling places away from schools | Nueces Co. commissioners considering hiring ADA consultants

U.S. Virgin Islands: St. Thomas voter files complaint against elections for holding primaries despite tropical storm | St. Thomas elections board violates code; fails to certify primary on Sunday

Vermont: Condos gives primary info

Virginia: Pulaski Co. voters asked personal questions when voting | Va. town first to implement new voter ID law

Washington: Election results certified

Wisconsin: Federal appeals court sets arguments in voter ID case | Federal appeals court adds Wisconsin voter ID hearing | Elections board anticipates three recounts | Counties report no big changes in primary results

Wyoming: At midday: Voting 'slow and steady' across county | Sheridan Co. to post election results online | Ed Murray wins close secretary of state race | Voters at Rock Springs church got wrong ballots | Gas leaks close Campbell Co. courthouse